Deals this week: Huntington Ingalls Industries, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon

5 January 2017 (Last Updated January 5th, 2017 18:30)

Huntington Ingalls Industries has received a contract modification worth $1.46bn for the design and construction of the USS Fort Lauderdale (LPD 28) amphibious transport dock ship.

Huntington Ingalls Industries has received a contract modification worth $1.46bn for the design and construction of the USS Fort Lauderdale (LPD 28) amphibious transport dock ship.

Awarded by the US Naval Sea Systems Command, the contract is scheduled to be completed in October 2021.

The US Strategic Systems Programs has awarded a contract modification to Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company in support of Trident II (D5) submarine-launched ballistic missile.

The $88.1m-worth modification requires Lockheed Martin to provide field processing and deployed system support for the Trident II (D5) missile through September 2021.

Raytheon Missile Systems Company has agreed to perform work on the engineering change proposal Phase II of the guidance electronics unit (GEU) for Standard Missile-3 (SM-3) block IIA ballistic missile through September 2018.

The work will be carried out in Tucson, Arizona, US, as part of a $68.07m-worth contract modification awarded by the US Missile Defense Agency.

General Dynamics Bath Iron Works has received a contract extension to oversee post-delivery modernisation activities for the US Navy’s Arleigh Burke-class (DDG 51) guided missile destroyers through 2017.

Awarded by the US Navy, the $126m-worth contract extension has an additional six-month extension option.

Australia and France have signed a deal for the construction of a new fleet of 12 submarines under Australia‘s SEA1000 future submarine programme.

French ship-building company DCNS will provide design and mobilisation for Australia’s future submarines, while Lockheed Martin Australia was selected to integrate combat systems into the submarines.

The US Naval Research Laboratory has awarded a $48m-worth engineering and technical support contract to multiple companies.

The contract awardees, including Sotera Defense Solutions, EOIR Technologies, Packet Digital, and Leidos, will provide engineering and technical support services for the Naval Research Laboratory Electronic Science and Technology Division.

The contract is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2021.

Raytheon Company has secured a contract worth $303.75m to procure 214 Tomahawk Block IV all-up-round vertical launch system missiles and spare parts through August 2018.

The missiles and spares to be procured under the contract, awarded by the US Naval Air Systems Command, are intended for use by the US Navy and the Government of the UK.

Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company has been awarded a contract modification by the US Naval Air Systems Command for the low-rate initial production of Lot 10 F-35 Lightning II aircraft for South Korea.

The contractual work will be executed in Fort Worth, Texas, US, until August 2019.

Huntington Ingalls Industries has received a $486m-worth contract to build ninth Legend-class National Security Cutter for the US Coast Guard (USCG).

First five of Legend-class cutters are active in service, while three more are under construction.

The Boeing Company has been awarded a $308.34m-worth contract in support of the engineering change proposal (ECP) 6472 integration of jammer pods onto the EA-18G Growler electronic warfare aircraft through December 2021.

The contract will require Boeing to develop 12 ECP 6472 A kits as well as integration and testing of next-generation jammer pods on the EA-18G aircraft.

The US Government has received a foreign military sales request to provide P-8A military aircraft and associated support for the Norwegian Ministry of Defence.

The proposed sale worth $1.75bn will help improve Norway’s maritime patrol capabilities.

Lockheed Martin Missile and Fire Control has won a $150.96m-worth contract to provide target sight system for AH-1Z Cobra attack helicopter for the US Navy and Pakistan.

Awarded by the US Naval Surface Warfare Center, the contractual work is scheduled to be completed in January 2022.