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Dynetics Plays Role in Recent World Record Highest-Altitude Skydive

January 12, 2015
Alan Eustace, senior vice president of Knowledge at Google Inc., recently broke the world record for the highest-altitude skydive, and Dynetics played a role in the mission’s success. Eustace rose 135,890 feet into the stratosphere above the New Mexico desert on Oct. 24 using a balloon. He released himself and fell at supersonic speeds, smashing the altitude record that Felix Baumgartner set two years ago with his famous Red Bull Stratos “space jump.” Dynetics became involved early in the design phase of the project, led by the Stratospheric Explorer (StratEx) team at Para... Read More

Cybersecurity Conference Open to Professionals, Students and Parents

January 07, 2015
Dynetics today announced it will host and sponsor the second annual BSides Huntsville security conference at its Cummings Research Park Solutions Complex Feb. 6-7, 2015. Training will be available on Friday, and the conference on Saturday will feature local, national and international speakers. The cost to attend the conference is $10, including lunch, and the classes are $25 each.Sixteen speakers are confirmed for the conference, with more expected. Presenters will come from Brazil and France and from Massachusetts, Arizona, Texas, Kentucky, Missouri, Louisiana and Mississippi in th... Read More

Dynetics Partners with Citrix to Offer Cloud Solutions

December 15, 2014
With an increasingly mobile workforce, people want the ability to access their apps and desktops on a growing number of devices. Dynetics, which offers IT solutions in its portfolio of products and services, announced today it has become a Citrix Silver Solution Advisor. This partnership will allow the company to offer customers virtual desktop deployments, mobile workspaces and access to applications anywhere from their devices through ... Read More

Steve Cook Promoted to Dynetics Vice President for Corporate Development

November 17, 2014
Dynetics CEO Dr. Marc Bendickson announced today that Steve Cook is the company’s new vice president for corporate development. Cook joined the company as director of space technologies in 2009 after serving as manager of Ares projects for NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) for five years culminating a 20-year career with the government space agency.Cook manages the corporate development team, which leads and supports development of company strategies, emerging business opportunities, focused programs and products by working closely with division and business development lead... Read More

Dynetics Hires Director of Army and Missile Defense Programs

October 23, 2014
Dynetics announced today that Ronnie Chronister, who has served as deputy to the commander of the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command (SMDC) since 2012, will be the company’s director of Army and Missile Defense programs. As SMDC deputy commander, Chronister was the senior civilian in the command of 5,000 personnel with a $700 million budget, responsible for the operation, capability development and materiel development of all Army space and missile defense systems. Prior to this position, he served as deputy to the commanding general for the U.S. Army Aviation and Mis... Read More

How 3D Printing Could Help Replace Russian Rockets (Article from Defense One)

October 22, 2014
From www.defenseone.comBy Marcus Weisgerberhttp://www.defenseone.com/technology/2014/10/how-3d-printing-could-help-replace-russian-rockets/97088/?oref=d-topstory... Read More