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SAIC Picks Sypris to Develop Encryption Device for AF Missile Silos

MissileDefenseTYSONS CORNER, VA, March 28, 2016 — Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) has tapped Sypris Electronics to build an electronic encryption device to secure the U.S. Air Force‘s land-based intercontinental ballistic missile silos, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday.

Sypris said Wednesday the subcontract includes services such as design, integration, testing, certification and maintenance of the Missile Electronic Encryption Device in support of SAIC, which will provide program management services.

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