Lockheed Martin Pac-3 Anniversary

By Patric Flannigan This article was published December 12, 2014 in the Camden News CAMDEN — Sustaining success has always been a part of Lockheed Martin Missile and Fire Control’s reputation and as the 2012 recipient of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, it come as no surprise that Thursday marked the …

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SAU Engineering Program Approved

Industry Representatives from South Ark. Region Expressed Need for Program Southern Arkansas University was approved to establish a Bachelor of Science in Engineering program by the Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board quarterly meeting in Little Rock Friday, January 31, 2014. “This is how higher education is going to grow. Being …

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Plant Expansion a Boon for City

By: David Showers   Where are the green jobs? Right here in El Dorado, and business is brisk. The sludge dryers assembled inside Therma-Flite’s 45,000 square foot facility are in demand by municipalities, but the market is expanding overseas, said Pete Kussman, production manager. The 140,000-pound IC10000 on display at …

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New Chamber CEO Touts Grounds-Up Approach

By: David Showers   A child of the 70s, Jeremy Stratton had an affinity for fashioning miniature cities from Legos, Lincoln Logs and Erector Sets. Like any good architect, he understood the foundation’s role in underpinning the towering superstructures of his faux cities. It’s an understanding he’s extrapolated to economic …

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THAAD: Reach Out and Touch Ballistic Missiles

Lockheed Martin Corporation Missiles and Fire Control in Dallas, TX receives a $124.6 million fixed-price contract for THAAD ground components: launchers, launcher spares, fire control and communication spares, and other unique support equipment. All funds are committed immediately, using FY 2014 US Army procurement budgets. Work will be performed at …

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