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  • News - 23 Feb 2012
    A123 Systems, a provider of advanced energy storage systems for commercial, electric grid and transportation sectors, has launched a new battery system for military vehicles. The Military 6T Battery...
  • News - 12 Jan 2005
    Ceradyne announced the opening of a new vehicle armor design and armored vehicle prototype facility in Wixom, Mich. Ceradyne is expanding its armor systems design and engineering capability for...
  • News - 26 May 2006
    Ceradyne has received a purchase order from Flyer Defense, LLC, in Inglewood, California, for a prototype lightweight ceramic-armored crew compartment for the Flyer ITV (Internally Transportable...
  • News - 23 Oct 2013
    TenCate Advanced Armor USA has unveiled at the AUSA Conference the industry's first available active underbody blast mitigation system, called TenCate ABDS(TM) active blast countermeasure system,...
  • News - 6 Sep 2007
    Isotron's next-generation Chemical Agent Resistant Coating (IsoCARC™) has deployed on the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle (EFV) and is exceeding performance expectations. The IsoCARC...
  • News - 25 Jun 2004
    Textron Marine & Land, an operating unit of Textron Systems, has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Army Tank-Automotive & Armaments Command to manufacture additional Armoured Security...
  • News - 28 Feb 2010
    Alcoa (NYSE:AA) announced today the development of a new aluminum alloy armor plate solution - C79A. Designed to better protect soldiers in combat environments, C79A will be introduced for military...
  • News - 28 Feb 2010
    Alcoa (NYSE:AA) announced today that it will offer two new fasteners for the defense market - the Huck 360 and the Bobtail. Offering an unmatched durability, the fasteners will be introduced for...
  • News - 7 Feb 2011
    PPG Industries' (NYSE:PPG) industrial coatings business announced that its MLP80000 primer coating meets the new U.S. MIL-DTL-32348 Type I military specification for chemical-agent-resistant...
  • News - 12 Feb 2009
    A team of MIT undergraduate students has invented a shock absorber that harnesses energy from small bumps in the road, generating electricity while it smoothes the ride more effectively than...