Bath Iron Works to conduct planning yard services for Arleigh Burke vessels
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works has secured another contract modification for continued maintenance, update work and other planning yard services with Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyers, with a new $146.1 million award from the USN.
Work is scheduled to be completed by January 2022.
On 26 June this year, Bath Iron Works received an eight-year, $132 million contract modification to support fleet readiness efforts and help the USN address vulnerabilities in the Arleigh Burke-class industrial base.
Bath Iron Works conducts post-delivery maintenance and modernisation activities at Arleigh Burke homeports in California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Virginia and Washington, as well as in Japan and Japan.
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