Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has booked a $99.9 million contract modification to help the U.S. Navy and foreign military sales customers sustain a key component of the Tomahawk Weapons System.
The company will continue to provide maintenance and management support to tactical Tomahawk weapons control system operators, the Department of Defense said Monday.
DOD added that the award covers work to design and develop security technology for the system.
Services under the modification will take place at Lockheed’s facility in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, through January 2025.
TTWCS is designed to help military users plan engagement, execute strikes and control in-flight missiles from surface ships and submarines.