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Mon, Apr 3 2017

BRIEF-BAE Systems awarded $112 million U.S. Army contract to sustain M88 recovery vehicles

* BAE Systems awarded $112 million U.S. Army contract to sustain M88 Recovery Vehicles Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

UPDATE 1-BAE Systems expects earnings boost from U.S. defence spending

* Full-year earnings per share up 7 pct, in line with forecasts

BRIEF-BAE Systems says 'atmospherics around U.S. are positive'

* Ceo says portfolio in the u.s. Is well balanced, "atmospherics around u.s. positive" at this stage

BAE Systems sees earnings up 5-10 pct on increased defence spending

LONDON, Feb 23 Britain's BAE Systems said it expected increased defence budgets to boost its earnings by 5-10 percent this year after it met market expectations with a 7 percent rise in 2016.

BAE Systems says CEO King will hand over to Woodburn on July 1

LONDON, Feb 22 British defence firm BAE Systems said Charles Woodburn, a former oil industry boss who joined the company last year as heir apparent, would become chief executive on July 1 after Ian King retires.

BAE, Northrop, SAIC, others in $3.04 billion U.S. defense contract

WASHINGTON A group of companies including subsidiaries of BAE Systems, Northrop Grumman Corp, Science Applications International Corp, Teledyne Technologies Inc and KBR Inc will share in a $3.04 billion missile defense contract, the Pentagon said on Thursday.

UPDATE 1-BAE, Northrop, SAIC, others in $3.04 bln U.S. defense contract

WASHINGTON, Feb 9 A group of companies including subsidiaries of BAE Systems, Northrop Grumman Corp , Science Applications International Corp, Teledyne Technologies Inc and KBR Inc will share in a $3.04 billion missile defense contract, the Pentagon said on Thursday.

BAE, Northrop, SAIC, others in $3.04 bln U.S. defense contract

WASHINGTON, Feb 9 A group of companies including subsidiaries of BAE Systems, Northrop Grumman Corp , Science Applications International Corp, Teledyne Technologies Inc and KBR Inc will share in a $3.04 billion missile defense contract, the Pentagon said on Thursday.

Northrop, BAE Systems drop out of race for U.S. Air Force program

U.S. weapons maker Northrop Grumman Corp said it along with its principal teammate British defense company BAE Systems have decided not to submit a proposal for the U.S. Air Force's $16 billion T-X Trainer program.

Northrop, BAE Systems drop out of race for U.S. Air Force program

Feb 1 U.S. weapons maker Northrop Grumman Corp said it along with its principal teammate British defense company BAE Systems have decided not to submit a proposal for the U.S. Air Force's $16 billion T-X Trainer program.

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