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Harris Seeks to Leverage ‘Legacy of Service’ for Navy MMC Work

HARRISTYSONS CORNER, VA August 4, 2015 — Harris Corp. (NYSE: HRS) said it intends to rely on its explosive ordnance experience with the U.S. Navy as it competes for task orders in the military branch’s five-year, $228 million maritime mine countermeasures contract, Executive Mosaic reported on LiveJournal.

The multiple-award project, announced July 6, “continues Harris’ legacy of service and support that has proven vital to our national interest in securing the seas for military vessels and merchant shipping, ” Carl D’Alessandro, president of Harris Critical Networks, said Monday.

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