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Raytheon Wins $60M to Develop Navy Electronic Systems

The U.S. Navy has awarded Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) a $60.3 million contract to develop and integrate electronic systems into the Navy’s LPD 26 ship, Raytheon announced Wednesday.

LPD 26 is the 10th ship of the Navy’s LPD 17-class of expeditionary warfare ships. Raytheon said it will provide for LPD 26:

  • Engineering and ship control systems
  • Shipboard wide area network
  • Navigation data distribution system
  • AN/SPS-73 navigation radar
  • Portable, integrated voice communications systems

Raytheon said its integrated defense systems business unit is the total ship electronics systems integrator for all LPD 17-class ships.

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