ARINC Wins $33.2M to Modernize Navy Airborne Countermeasure Systems

ARINC‘s engineering services subsidiary has been awarded a three-year $33.2 million contract to continue to modernize and sustain U.S. Navy organic airborne mine countermeasures systems.

Contract work will extend ARINC’s support of Navy mine countermeasures beyond 10 years and take place at the Naval Surface Warfare Center‘s Panama City division in Florida.

The award was placed under the U.S. Army CECOM rapid response R2-3G contract.

Navy amphibious and carrier groups utilize the systems rapidly detect and neutralize mines without having to wait for minesweeping resources.

The Naval Surface Warfare Center is investigating how to integrate them into platforms such as the Navy’s MH-60S Seahawk aircraft.

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