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L-3 Communications Corp.

 


L-3 spinoff to spend $6.5M for Northern Virginia headquarters

The new company will be located in office space currently occupied by L-3 Communications in Chantilly, Va.

L-3 creates senior VP post to strengthen business strategy

Air Force vet, industry pro named to oversee operating objectives, including technical plans.

L-3 unit snares $39.5M submarine systems win

L-3 Services Inc. division secures a naval contract to work on submarine combat systems.

L-3 shells out $132M cash for UK aircraft training biz

Once completed, the deal will give L-3 a full range of training system solutions for military and commercial customers.

STRATIS selects UMD, MIT labs as IT research partners

They will jointly pursue technology research and development projects to enhance complex computing capabilities.

L-3 completes $210M purchase of optics provider

Acquired firm specializes in submarine photonics systems, visual-landing aids, electro-optical and sensor-cueing systems.

Who won the biggest single award of 2011?

We count down the largest contract awards of fiscal 2011 that went to a single winner. Who captured the biggest prize?

L-3 to pay $210M for optics and sensors maker

Deal expands L-3's base in electro-optical/infrared market, a key strategic growth area for the company.

7 and 7 win $458M Army contract

Large and small contractors will compete for task orders to improve training services for the Army.

With an eye on OCI, L-3 breaks up government units

L-3 Communications Holdings Inc. will spin off several of its government services businesses to create a publicly traded company named Engility, the company announced today.

IT work drives L-3's $3.8B Top 100 success

Key contract wins with defense customers helped L-3 retain its market share during tough economic times.

Defense contractors get a cyber assist from NSA

The National Security Agency is offering its scanning tools to protect e-mail and other digital communications for major defense contractors, as part of what could be an escalating cyber war.