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TransDigm Closes $1.4B Cash Buy of CPI’s Electron Device Business

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TransDigm Group (NYSE: TDG) has closed its purchase of the electron device business of Communications & Power Industries, a TJC portfolio company, for approximately $1.38 billion in cash.

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BTC Electronic Components Made Part of FDH Electronics Division

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FDH Aero has integrated its BTC Electronic Components brand into its electronics division in a move aimed at streamlining the delivery of connectors, interconnect accessories and wire harness assemblies to the military and commercial aerospace industries.

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Lockheed, Navy Test Helicopter-Mounted Advanced Off-Board Electronic Warfare System

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Lockheed Martin has tested an electronic warfare system designed to equip the U.S. Navy's helicopter fleet with electronic surveillance and attack capabilities against anti-ship missile threats.

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Can Electronic Signatures in Awards Win the Battle Over Wet Ink Signatures?

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In recent years, the electronic signature of awards has become widely accepted under various laws and institutional rules, particularly as a result of the increased reliance on the virtual world caused by the pandemic. What Does the UAE Law Say About Electronic Signature? For example, Article 34.6

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TransDigm Agrees to Acquire CPI’s Electron Device Business for $1.4B

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TransDigm Group (NYSE: TDG) has agreed to acquire the electron device business of Communications & Power Industries, a portfolio company of TJC, in a cash transaction worth approximately $1.39

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Air Force Looking at Electronic Warfare to Maintain Air Dominance

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Electronic warfare is the use of the electromagnetic spectrum to conduct offensive, defensive and supportive operations for military forces. As digital technologies continue to shape the modern battlefield, it is critical for the U.S.

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Lockheed to Produce Submarine Electronic Warfare Tech Under $312M Navy Contract Option

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million contract modification to design, test and produce electronic warfare systems for the U.S. Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has received a potential $311.9 Navy’s submarines.