Lockheed Martin Wins $25.1 Million Navy Contract

Lockheed Martin Corp. has won a $25.1 million contract from the Navy for hardware upgrades to the Virginia Class attack submarine.  The hardware upgrades will be implemented to the subs’ aging sonar systems, upgrades which have already been applied to the first ten ships of the class as part of the Navy’s modernization program.  Work orders will be executed in Manassas, Va., and Clearwater, Fla., will finish in December 2011.

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