Crowley Awarded $450M to Maintain Navy Ocean Surveillance, Missile Tracking Ships

Crowley Awarded $450M to Maintain Navy Ocean Surveillance, Missile Tracking Ships
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Crowley's government services group will continue to help the U.S. Navy's Military Sealift Command maintain ocean surveillance and missile range instrumentation vessels under a potential $450.1M contract extension.

The company will provide maintenance support for T-AGOS vessels USNS Victorious, USNS Effective, USNS Loyal and  USNS Impeccable along with T-AGM 24 vessels USNS Invincible and USNS Howard, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

The award holds a half-year base period valued at $24M, followed by two half-year options. Work will take place at seas across the globe through January 2021.

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