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BAE Wins $23M Mk-110 System Ammunition Contract; Mark Signorelli Comments

The U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center has awarded BAE Systems a $23.3 million contract to provide 57-mm Mk 295 and Mk 296 ammunition for the Mk 110 gun system.

This is the fourth contract BAE has won for 57-mm ammunition, 2, 400 Mk 295 and 3, 000 Mk 296 ammunition projectile deliveries.

“The 57-mm ammunition increases the ability of the U.S. Navy to not only protect its ships, but to attack targets more precisely and from a greater distance, giving our sailors an increased advantage, ” said Mark Signorelli, vice president and general manager of weapon systems at BAE Systems. “This contract demonstrates our commitment to the Navy and the strength of our partnership.”

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