November 13, 2020 - Teledyne Brown Engineering announced that it recently carried out another successful launch of a “Zombie” target missile. The launch was in support of the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command (SMDC) Technical Center’s Targets Division at Redstone Arsenal. The Zombie target is a part of Teledyne’s Tactical Range Air Defense Missile (TACRAM) contract under which the team designs and builds affordable, flexible target missiles to be used for testing advanced missile defense systems.
November 12, 2020- Teledyne Brown Engineering has been awarded a $85M contract modification to supply NASA two additional Launch Vehicle Stage Adapters (LVSA) for the Artemis II and III moon missions. The LVSA’s are the largest pieces of the current configuration of the Space Launch System (SLS) to be built at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) in Huntsville, AL.
September 25, 2020 - Teledyne Brown Engineering, under the authority of the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command (SMDC) Technical Center’s Targets Division at Redstone Arsenal, has successfully launched a Zombie target missile. The Zombie target is a part of Teledyne’s Tactical Range Air Defense Missile (TACRAM) contract under which the team designs and builds affordable, flexible target missiles to be used for testing advanced missile defense systems.
August 19, 2020 - Teledyne Brown Engineering announces it has been awarded a $29M contract from Raytheon to produce and sustain the Army Navy/Transportable Radar Surveillance (AN/TPY-2) Cooling Equipment Units (CEU). The AN/TPY-2 is the world’s most powerful ground mobile radar system and requires one CEU per unit. The system interfaces with Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) Fire Control and Communications and the remainder of Lockheed Martin supplied weapon systems.
August 12, 2020 - Teledyne Brown Engineering has successfully launched a Zombie target missile for the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command Technical Center’s Test Execution Support Division at Redstone Arsenal. Under the Tactical Range Air Defense Missile (TACRAM) task order, Teledyne Brown Engineering and its team designs and builds affordable, flexible target missiles used for test and evaluation of advanced missile defense systems.
June 29, 2020 – Teledyne Brown Engineering was awarded an IDIQ contract with the Naval Health Research Center under the Naval Medical Logistics Command. As the Department of Defense’s premier deployment health research center, NHRC’s innovative research and development optimizes the operational health and readiness of U.S. service members. This contract vehicle is designed to enhance and maintain their suite of modeling, simulation, and analysis tools, including the Joint Medical Planning Tool and the Medical Planners’ Toolkit. The contract has a potential value of $83.6 million over 5 years and provides a way to rapidly award additional task orders to advance the impact of our tools for new and adjacent customer needs.
July 20, 2020 - Teledyne Brown Engineering has worked to design and build the Launch Vehicle Stage Adapter (LVSA), one of the largest pieces of hardware for NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS), that left Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) in Huntsville, AL on July 17, to begin its voyage to Kennedy Space Center in the coming weeks.
July 13, 2020 – Teledyne Technologies announced that its subsidiary, Teledyne Brown Engineering was awarded a $6 million contract from Northrop Grumman Corporation to manufacture the first production unit of the Surface-to-Surface Missile Module (SSMM) for the U.S. Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship (LCS).
July 8, 2020 - Teledyne Brown Engineering announces plans to expand their Huntsville, AL manufacturing and assembly facilities for the third time in three years. The expansion is required to provide additional capacity and capabilities for recent awards and anticipated business growth.
May 20, 2020 - NASA Headquarters Science Mission Directorate (SMD) selected a team consisting of The University of New Hampshire, Southwest Research Institute, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, Teledyne Brown Engineering, and University of Alabama in Huntsville as one of two awardees for an upcoming Astrophysics Explorers Mission of Opportunity. The team’s proposed LargE Area burst Polarimeter (LEAP), would be mounted on the International Space Station (ISS) to study the energetic jets launched in gamma-ray bursts, explosive events that are thought to represent the death of a massive star, or the merger of compact objects such as neutron stars.