1. Articles in category: Aerospace/Defense

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    1. General Dynamics exceeds Mass. hiring goals - Mass High Tech Business News

      General Dynamics exceeds Mass. hiring goals - Mass High Tech Business News
      General Dynamics currently employs 1,100 in Pittsfield, according to the announcement from Patrick’s office. More than half of the new employees have been hired from inside Berkshire County, with the other half split between Massachusetts and outside of Massachusetts, General Dynamics said in the announcement.
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    2. Governor, AIM Announce Expanded BuyMass Initiative

      “We are very appreciative for the opportunity to meet with Raytheon and look forward to meeting with other Massachusetts companies to create business growth in the manufacturing sector. We can do business with global companies like Raytheon, but we just need someone to open the door and help us find the right people,” said Robert Klinger, President of Klinger Engineering in Whately.
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    3. Pioneer Valley companies meet with Raytheon officials in hopes of generating ...

      Pioneer Valley companies meet with Raytheon officials in hopes of generating ...
      But Poplar Hill Machine was one of 15 companies invited to participate in matchmaking session organized by Associated Industries of Massachusetts and the Economic Development Council of Western Massachusetts and conducted at the Andrew M. Scibelli Enterprise Center at Springfield Technical Community College Technology Park.
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    4. Springfield-based NXT Nutritionals gets Pentagon OK to sell Susta sweetner on military bases

      Springfield-based NXT Nutritionals gets Pentagon OK to sell Susta sweetner on military bases
      A sweetener with its roots in Springfield is starting to show up in military chow lines both stateside and around the World. NXT Nutritionals, a 6-year-old company with offices on East Columbus Street, has received Pentagon approval to sell its Susta sweetener and Healthy Dairy-brand of smoothies and yogurt cups containing Susta for use in military dining halls, including the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., and the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo.
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    5. BlueRISC's WindowsSCOPE Cyber Analysis Tool Suite Enhanced with Phantom Probe Agent

      BlueRISC's WindowsSCOPE Cyber Analysis Tool Suite Enhanced with Phantom Probe Agent
      BlueRISC, a leader in hardware-assisted security and cyber-defense solutions, enhances its WindowsSCOPE™ (http://www.windowsscope.com) reverse-engineering, cyber analysis and defense, and memory forensics tool suite by adding the ability to analyze any computer on a network or Cloud transparently through its industry-unique Phantom Probe Agent™ technology.
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    6. BlueRISC Launches WindowsSCOPE Cyber Analysis Tool Suite for Windows

      BlueRISC Inc (http://www.bluerisc.com), a leader in hardware-assisted security systems that has leveraged a combination of its industry-unique security processor and software technologies to provide endpoint security for defense companies, has released WindowsSCOPE Pro 1.0 (http://www.windowsscope.com), its first commercial tool suite for reverse-engineering, cyber analysis and memory forensics on Windows based computers.
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    7. Chicopee cautiously optimistic about increased commercial development in 2011 if economy picks up

      Chicopee cautiously optimistic about increased commercial development in 2011 if economy picks up
      This year the Westover Metropolitan Development Corp. is also expected to begin creating a new 100-acre industrial park of about 100 acres after having purchased property from the city and private owners between Westover Air Reserve Base and the Massachusetts Turnpike.
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    8. Defense industry jobs are critical to Western Massachusetts economy but often overlooked

      Defense industry jobs are critical to Western Massachusetts economy but often overlooked
      Even as the overall economy has struggled in the face of two recessions and fundamental industry shifts, defense has surged ahead. Total defense related economic activity in Massachusetts has increased 146 percent in less than a decade, from $10.6 billion in 2001 to $26 billion in 2009. During that same period, the number of employees supported by the defense sector has grown by nearly 50,000 jobs - an increase of more than 70 percent.
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    9. Ships deal a go - Berkshire Eagle Online

      Ships deal a go - Berkshire Eagle Online
      General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems expects to add 500 or more jobs at its Pittsfield plant over the next five years to handle a U.S. Navy contract for 10 specialized combat ships. "This is a landmark day for the city of Pittsfield. I could not be happier," Mayor James M. Ruberto told The Eagle on Wednesday. "The city is a beneficiary for having General Dynamics in it." "It's as about as good economic news as we could have wished for, and it's real," said state Sen. Benjamin Downing, D-Pittsfield.
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    10. Springfield Schools internship program is good for students, good for local businesses

      Springfield Schools internship program is good for students, good for local businesses
      And it’s not only students who benefit from internships. Businesses do also. While he was still a senior at Putnam Vocational Technical High School last year, William Medina interned with MassMutual and did so well that the company hired him to work full time in their Information Technology department. Now a full-time college student, William still holds down a part-time position at MassMutual.
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    11. Defense, Homeland Security contracts key for many Western Massachusetts businesses, colleges

      Defense, Homeland Security contracts key for many Western Massachusetts businesses, colleges
      Springfield’s Smith & Wesson has had a number of military contracts in recent years, including providing handguns to Air Force police officers and members of Iraq’s army, said Paul J. Pluff, director of marketing services. Smith & Wesson has more than 950 employees in its firearms factory in Roosevelt Avenue.
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    12. Profiles in Business

      Profiles in Business
      Dave Fontaine was in his conference room, referencing the pictures on the walls, all representing projects this family business had undertaken — from perhaps its biggest initiative, the complex at UMass Medical School, to one of the most visible in this region, Scibelli Hall on the campus of Springfield Technical Community College.
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    13. UMass shares $750K for antimicrobial compounds

      In July 2009, UMass and Polymedix won $975,000 from the National Institutes of Health to develop antibiotics to be used against food-borne illnesses. The two also split a Navy grant that same month to study the best antimicrobial compounds for military uses. The Office of Naval Research awarded UMass and PolyMedix that $99,000 Phase 1 Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) contract.
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