Boeing Subsidiary Wins $53M to Provide Navy ISR Systems

Boeing‘s (NYSE: BAArgon ST subsidiary has won a $53 million contract option to provide additional signal intelligence systems to the U.S. Navy.

Boeing announced Monday the Navy exercised an option to fund the second full-rate production for Ship’s Signal Exploitation Equipment Increment F systems.

Argon ST will produce eight of the systemsover a 19-month period.

Argon ST is the Navy’s prime contractor for SSEE Increment F systems.

Argon ST has produced the systems since the SSEE program entered the production and deployment phase in March 2010.

Argon ST said it will perform the majority of work at its Newington, Va. facilities.

Joe Carlin, Argon ST vice president, said intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems such as SSEE Increment F help warfighters use resources efficiently.

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