Navy RFP Details Auxiliary General Ocean Surveillance Ship Program

The U.S. Navy has released its final request for proposals for the design and construction of a new auxiliary general ocean surveillance ship class to support antisubmarine warfare missions.

A solicitation notice posted on indicates that potential prime offerors should sign non-disclosure agreements and submit proposals for the T-AGOS 25 shipbuilding program by April 19.

Jacksonville, Florida-based Crowley Maritime has helped the Military Sealift Command manage the T-AGOS vessels and T-AGM missile range instrumentation ships since December 2014.

The Congressional Research Service reported that the Navy requested a $434.4 million budget to procure the first of the service branch’s planned new class of seven TAGOS(X) ships in fiscal 2022.

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