Rolls-Royce Corp.’s Indianapolis operations continue to cash in on military contracts, scoring a $26.8 million deal to provide 12 spare engines for the Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources said in a release Friday that 1,250 acres of the Atterbury Fish and Wildlife Area will be used by the Indiana National Guard. The guard plans a $105 million expansion of Camp Atterbury in Johnson County.
A combination of military service and education has helped Kevin Paul turn Indianapolis-based KPaul Properties LLC into one
of the fastest-growing companies in the nation.
Vice President Joe Biden discussed the drawdown of U.S. troops in Iraq during an address to a gathering of about 5,500
war veterans from across the country.
Workers at Raytheon Technical Services’ Indianapolis facility will spend four more years working on software to control electronics
on the Navy’s V-22 Osprey aircraft.
The new "focused factory" in Plainfield will produce lift fans for the Joint Strike Fighter aircraft. The fan allows
one version of the aircraft to make helicopter-like landings.
Camp’s role in deploying units overseas will be secure for years to come despite Defense Department cutbacks, says leader
of Indiana National Guard.
A local group expects to take control of the Army's Newport Chemical Depot by the end of this year and plans improvements
to help attract businesses to the western Indiana site.
The museum will display artifacts and uniforms from all branches of the military from 1910 through Operation Desert Storm
in Iraq. A model of the USS Indianapolis, which was sunk by Japanese torpedoes during World War II, also will be displayed.
U.S. Reps. Kucinich and LaTourette say about 225 Marine Corps IT jobs belong in Cleveland instead of Indianapolis.
The good news continues for Rolls-Royce Corp.’s Indianapolis operations, which this week received an $11.1 million contract
to make gas turbine engines for the Army’s OH-58D Kiowa reconnaissance helicopters.
Despite a vaguely worded veto threat by President Barack Obama, the House on Thursday easily adopted a major defense
policy bill that calls for continued development of a costly alternative engine for the Pentagon’s next-generation fighter
The measure holds potential bad news for Indianapolis engine maker Rolls-Royce because it does not contain funding for a key
jet engine the company produces, but lawmakers are expected to restore funding when the Senate and House combine bills into
a final version.