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Iranian Engineer Able To Trick U.S. Drone Into Landing

A U.S. stealth drone was captured by the Iranians by using software that spoofed GPS coordinates. The drone was told to land at those coordinates. The Iranian engineer that spoofed the drone is currently studying what is inside the Lockheed Martin RQ-170 Sentinel.
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The Government Spied On Osama’s Compound By Using The Lockheed Martin RQ-170 Sentinel Drone

The Lockheed Martin RQ-170 Sentinel stealth drone helped the U.S. government spy on Osama Bin Laden’s compound from the skies without being noticed. The RQ-170 operated quietly and provided imagery to the U.S. government. The RQ-170 did some digital eavesdropping as the mission was being planned and provided a live feed for President Obama when it was being executed. [Danger Room]

NASA Signs HP Contract Worth $2.5 Billion

Hewlett-Packard Company (NYSE:HPQ) signed a contract with NASA that is valued at $2.5 billion. The $2.5 billion contract is good for the next 10 years. “It’s basically everything that’s plugged into the wall that’s IT,” stated NASA spokesman Michael Sweigart. “This contract combines some services on a number of different contracts across the agency.”
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Lockheed Martin and Gibbs Working On Amphibious Combat Craft

combat-craft-1Gibbs Technologies and Lockheed Martin are working on a new type of military vehicle that will work on both land and water.  This is why they named it the Amphibious Combat Craft.  On water the vehicle will be able to travel at 45MPH and on land it could travel at 100MPH.

The vehicles will come in three models:
1. The Amphibious Combat Craft Expeditionary (ACC-E) is a 20 foot sized vehicle with capabilities to go up to 45MPH on water and 80MPH on land. (8 occupants)
2. The Amphibious Combat Craft Expeditionary (ACC-R) is a 35 foot sized vehicle with capabilities to go up to 40MPH on water. (20 occupants)
3. The Terraquad is capable of over 55MPH on water and 50MPH on land. (2 occupants)

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