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BAE Systems Picks Up LCS Subcontract from GD

BAE Systems has announced it has a subcontract in place with General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) to support external communications and primary gun systems “for the 10 U.S. Navy Independence variant Littoral Combat Ships to be built by an Austal USA-led team.”

“This is a great opportunity to continue our LCS partnership with General Dynamics, ” said Richard Anderson, vice president and general manager of integrated technical solutions at BAE Systems. “These critical communications systems will support the U.S. Navy and its mission for years to come.”

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