Ace Electronics Defense Systems receives Tomahawk kit IDIQ
Ace Electronics Defense Systems has been issued an IDIQ contract by the US Naval Surface Warfare Center to produce kits for the hardware component refresh of the Tactical Tomahawk Weapons Control System (AN/SWG-5(V)6).
The work includes manufacturing kits, spare parts and first article testing for the hardware components.
The AN/SWG-5(V)6 upgrade offers new offensive capabilities to upgraded US Navy ships in support of the Maritime Strike Tomahawk, addresses obsolescence risks and improves the operability and maintainability of the system hardware.
The IDIQ’s ordering period will run for five years until January 2025.
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