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BAE Wins $80M to Maintain Navy Submarine Torpedoes; Kris Busch Comments

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BAE Systems has won an $80 million three-year Navy contract to provide engineering and other technical services to the Naval Undersea Warfare Center in Washington.

Under the contract, BAE will provide the NUWC Keyport Division’s heavyweight and lightweight torpedo with lifecycle support services, submarine towed systems and information assurance,  according to a company statement.

BAE will work with six other local subcontractors on the submarine torpedoes maintenance contract.

Kris Busch,  BAE Systems Maritime & Defense Solutions vice president and general manager, said his team has the experience and the expertise to continue supporting these critical Navy programs for years to come.

BAE said they have
worked with the NUWC in Washington, Rhode Island and Connecticut for three decades.

Additionally, the company has worked on submarine-based strategic systems programs from the Navy for more than 40 years.

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