General Dynamics NASSCO Installing Navy Ship Gas Turbine Ducts

GDlogoGeneral Dynamics‘ (NYSE: GD) NASSCO subsidiary will remove and install gas turbine exhaust ducts for a U.S. Navy ship.

The subsidiary won a $9, 051, 101 modification to a previously-awarded cost-plus award fee contract for work on the USS Makin Island, the Defense Department said Thursday.

Phased maintenance availability work includes planning and executing depot-level maintenance, alterations and modifications aimed at updating the ship’s military and technical capabilities, the Pentagon said.

Work will occur in San Diego through May 2013 and all contract funds will expire at the end of the current fiscal year.

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