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Lockheed Martin eyes CSC work

5th June 2017 - 16:05 GMT | by Ian Keddie in Ottawa

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Lockheed Martin Canada has been awarded a contract to replace the combat management system on board the Chilean Navy’s three Type 23 frigates, the company announced at the end of May.

The contract will represent the fourth warship to feature a variant of Lockheed Martin’s Combat Management System (CMS) 330 following the 2014 contract to install the system on the Royal New Zealand Navy’s (RNZN) ANZAC-class frigates.

On a visit to Lockheed Martin Mission Systems & Training (MST) in Kanata, on the outskirts of Ottawa, Shephard toured a manufacturing facility where a small team of personnel were carrying out

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Ian Keddie is a Shephard correspondent based in Toronto, Canada.

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