Tag Archives: landing craft air cushion

Serco Awarded $162M Contract to Support Navy Amphibious Warfare Program Office; Dave Dacquino Quoted

Serco's North American division has secured a potential five-year, $162 million contract to continue providing a full range of professional support services to the U.S. Navy's Amphibious Warfare Program Office (PMS 377), the company announced on Monday.

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Textron Gets $314M Modification on Navy Air Cushion Vehicle Material Procurement Contract

Textron (NYSE: TXT) will obtain additional materials needed to build landing craft air cushion vehicles under a five-year, $314.3M contract modification from the U.S. Navy. The company will use the funds to acquire long lead time components for LCAC class crafts 109 through 123 and to continue pre-fabrication work on crafts 109 …

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Textron Gets $174M Navy Landing Craft Air Cushion Vehicle Production Contract Modification

Textron (NYSE: TXT) has been awarded a potential $174 contract modification to produce additional landing craft air cushion vehicles for the U.S. Navy. Textron will build and deliver LCAC units 104 through 108 and related technical manuals to the service branch as part of the Ship to Shore Connector program and …

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US Navy Orders Additional Landing Craft, Air Cushion Vehicles from Textron; Tom Walmsley Comments

Textron (NYSE: TXT) has received an $84, 087, 095 contract option from the U.S. Navy to build additional landing craft, air cushion vehicles. The company will produce crafts 102 and 103 at its New Orleans-based shipyard and deliver the vehicles in the fourth quarter of 2019 under the Navy’s Ship-to-Shore …

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L-3’s John Greene Comments on Potential $64M Navy Air Cushion Contract

L-3 Communications has won two U.S. Navy contracts potentially worth $64 million total for repair and upgrade services on landing craft air cushions. The contract have a $52 million base value and fall under the Navy’s fiscal year 2011 and 2012 service life extension program. Marine Systems Sector President John …

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