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rendering of NASA Perseverance Rover

General Dynamics Transponders Land On Mars Aboard NASA’s Perseverance Rover

General Dynamics Mission Systems provided two Small Deep Space Transponders and a power amplifier for NASA’s Perseverance Rover. The transponders are the rover’s communications link to NASA, transmitting data and images over 100 million miles back to Earth.

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Gulfstream G700 Surpasses 1,100 Flight Hours 

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. announced the Gulfstream G700™ flight-test program has made significant progress, surpassing 1,100 hours of flying and completing new company test regimens, all within the program’s first year. 

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USS Daniel Inouye (DDG 118) returning to port

Future USS Daniel Inouye Completes Acceptance Trials

The future USS Daniel Inouye (DDG 118) successfully completed acceptance trials Feb. 4 after spending a day underway off the coast of Maine.

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