BAE Systems Picks Up Deal from Marine Corps

BAE Systems claimed a readiness and sustainment deal to provide engineering and technical services to support the U.S. Marine Corps’ air traffic control systems.   The contract is worth up to $30 million.

According to BAE, “the company will perform a range of services, including systems design and analysis, on-site technical assistance, and training. The systems encompass expeditionary equipment to control future and fielded air traffic navigation, integration, and coordination, as well as precision radars.”

“These systems are vital to ensuring Marine Corps readiness, ” said Richard Anderson, vice president and general manager for integrated technical solutions at BAE Systems. “We’ve supported NAWC-AD for more than 30 years, and we continue to make significant contributions to its critical role as a center for engineering excellence.”

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