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hawk

bird of prey in the subfamily Accipitridae. Includes genera of Accipiter (goshawk and European sparrowhawk). The unrelated American sparrowhawk (Falco sparverius) is a member of the falcon family.
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Rodman & Renshaw, LLC or its affiliates did not receive compensation from Hawk Corporation for investment banking services within the last twelve months and Rodman & Renshaw, LLC intends to seek compensation from Hawk Corporation for investment banking services within three months, following publication of the research report.
Global Hawks have flown more than 5,000 combat hours in more than 230 missions over Iraq and Afghanistan.
In November, Northrop Grumman was awarded a $60 million contract to begin production of the next five RQ-4B Global Hawk unmanned reconnaissance aircraft, an aircraft the company assembles at Air Force Plant 42.
The Hilton Garden Inn Outer Banks/Kitty Hawk hotel is the ideal choice for leisure travelers visiting the area," said Russ Legendre, hotel general manager.
The Northrop Grumman Global Hawk maintenance team has been named Maintenance Team of the Month three out of six months at the wing level.
Smith, 55, joined Kitty Hawk in January 2006 as Managing Director, Team Resources, reporting to Mr.
The Navy is also interested in Global Hawk aircraft and has bought two ``A'' model airplanes for testing.
While the majority of ACT's customers and its geographic coverage represent new opportunities for Kitty Hawk, ACT's operations and service offerings are complementary to the existing Kitty Hawk scheduled operations and provide us with a solid infrastructure to expand all of our businesses with existing and new customers.
A larger Global Hawk, designated as RQ-4B, is being developed to carry even bigger loads of reconnaissance equipment.
Controlled by onboard computers, the RQ-4A Global Hawk is a high-altitude aircraft capable of flying at an altitude of 65,000 feet, above storms and some six miles higher than jetliners normally fly, for more than 35 hours at a time.
This technical achievement is a critical step for the demonstration program and for our unmanned systems business,'' said Terry Barefoot, deputy program manager for the Global Hawk Maritime Demonstration program at Northrop Grumman's Integrated Systems sector.
Overall, Global Hawk aircraft have racked up more than 6,500 total flight hours.