The US Navy has awarded a prime position to BAE Systems on a...
- BAE Systems secures prime position on US Navy contract
- Northrop Grumman concludes in-water testing of AQS-24 sonar
- RUAG completes MRO work on Bangladesh Navy’s Dornier 228 aircraft
- General Dynamics secures US Navy communications system contract
- Schiebel to supply Camcopter S-100 UAS to Royal Thai Navy
BAE Systems secures prime position on US Navy contract
The US Navy has awarded a prime position to BAE Systems on a five-year, $34.9m indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract to provide life cycle sustainment and technical support.
Littoral Combat Ship (LCS)
The littoral combat ship (LCS) is a new family of surface ships for the US Navy. The LCS is a fast, highly manoeuvrable, networked surface combat ship, which is a specialised variant of the family of US future surface combat ships known as DD(X).
Peraton wins US Navy unmanned maritime systems support task orders
US-based Peraton has received four recompete US Navy unmanned maritime systems support (UMSS) task orders worth a total of $27.45m.
Comtech Systems contracted to supply troposcatter systems for USMC
Comtech Telecommunications has announced that its Florida-based subsidiary Comtech Systems has received a ten-year, $211m indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract from Cubic Mission Solutions, a business division of Cubic Corporation.
Northrop Grumman concludes in-water testing of AQS-24 sonar
Northrop Grumman has completed initial in-water testing of the AQS-24 mine hunting sonar using a next-generation Deploy and Retrieval (D&R) payload.
Nimitz Class Aircraft Carrier
The Nimitz-class aircraft carriers were the largest warships ever built until the commissioning of USS Gerald R Ford in 2017. With over 6,000 personnel (crew and aircrew), the carrier has a displacement of 102,000t and a flight deck length of 332.9m.
The Surface Vessel: An Impregnable Floating Fortress or a Sitting Duck?
Navies around the world spend billions of dollars on sophisticated weapon systems but often neglect sensor / weapon alignment. This white paper explains why initial and recurrent alignment of shipboard weapon systems is so important.
Thales wins contract to supply acoustic systems for F110 frigates
Thales has been selected to provide an integrated sonar suite for the Spanish Navy's five new F110 multi-mission frigates.
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