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Lockheed Wins $45M NAVSEA Anti-Mine Systems Contract

Lockheed Martin Corp.’s (NYSE: LMT) maritime systems and sensors business has won a $45, 566, 659 contract to consolidate U.S. Navy shipboard mine neutralization systems.

The Pentagon said Lockheed will consolidate the Navy’s Shipboard Mine Neutralization System-SeaFox and the AN/SQQ-32 Airborne Mine Neutralization System-SeaFox.

Under the cost-plus-fixed-fee, firm-fixed-price contract, Lockheed will provide:

  • SMNS-SF integration, testing and operation
  • AMNS-SF refurbishment and overhaul
  • Atlas SeaFox neutralizer rounds delivery

Lockheed is the sole developer, designer and producer of the the SMNS-SF and AMNS-SF systems.

The Pentagon expects Lockheed to complete work by March 2013.

The Naval Sea Systems Command in Washington is the contracting activity.

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