General Dynamics Mission Systems will support combat systems and C5I integration on Independence-class Littoral Combat Ships.
General Atomics provides AAG support for Gerald R Ford class
General Atomics will provide the USN with support services for Advanced Arresting Gear (AAG) depot planning Phase II efforts, under an $11.43 million order from Naval Air Systems Command.
AAG will be installed on all four Gerald R Ford-class aircraft carriers alongside Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch Systems (also made by General Atomics)
In the new order, work for USS Gerald R Ford and USS John F Kennedy includes logistics support, supportability analysis, maintenance planning, reliability maintenance, support equipment recommendations, programme development and post-production support.
The order will be executed in California, New Jersey and Mississippi, for completion in February 2024.
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After years of delay, the Yasen-M class submarine Kazan is about to be handed over to the Russian Navy.
Australia's navy wants to improve and maximise its ability to monitor the underwater arena.
While delivery of the first-in-class FDI vessel is delayed slightly, the timeframe for the next two frigates has been pushed forward.
BAE Systems will provide the USN with canisters for the Mk 13, Mk 14, Mk 25 and Mk 29 VLS.
Elbit Systems has successfully completed the acceptance tests for Hellenic Coast Guard combat suites.