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September 3, 1988 | KIM MURPHY, Times Staff Writer
General Dynamics Corp. was accused Friday of using "cheater software" and other fraudulent practices to falsify tests and supply defective components for the U.S. Navy's Phalanx anti-missile gun system and the Standard Missile program. In a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles federal court, one former and four current General Dynamics employees--technicians, supervisors and quality-control specialists--accused the St.
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September 3, 1988 | KIM MURPHY, Times Staff Writer
General Dynamics Corp. was accused Friday of using "cheater software" and other fraudulent practices to falsify tests and supply defective components for the U.S. Navy's Phalanx anti-missile gun system and the Standard Missile program. In a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles federal court, one former and four current General Dynamics employees--technicians, supervisors and quality-control specialists--accused the St.
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September 22, 1989
Hughes Aircraft Co. in Canoga Park won a $13.4-million contract from the Navy for research and development related to the standard missile program.
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July 2, 1996 | JOHN O'DELL
Parker Bertea Aerospace has become the sole provider for key steering system components for the U.S. Navy's Standard Missile program under a one-year contract announced Monday. While the new contract calls for production and delivery of only 75 missiles, it puts Parker Bertea in prime position to capture additional contracts for steering systems on up to 10,000 missiles over the next decade, said Ralph Kunz, missile team leader at Parker Bertea's Control Systems Division in Irvine.
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February 21, 1995 | JAMES F. PELTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On this city's northwest border is a new subdivision known as Canada (as in La Canada) Hills, where the winding streets are lined with the kinds of two-story, tile-roofed, stucco houses found across Southern California. The vast majority of Canada Hills' residents have moved there since 1993 from places such as Canoga Park, Pomona, Ontario and San Diego--transferred en masse by Hughes Aircraft Co. when the aerospace giant consolidated its missile division at a sprawling plant here.
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February 21, 1995 | JAMES F. PELTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On this city's northwest border is a new subdivision known as Canada (as in La Canada) Hills, where the winding streets are lined with the kinds of two-story, tile-roofed, stucco houses found across Southern California. The vast majority of Canada Hills' residents have moved there since 1993 from places such as Canoga Park, Pomona, Ontario and San Diego--transferred en masse by Hughes Aircraft Co. when the aerospace giant consolidated its missile division at a sprawling plant here.
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