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The U.S. Navy awarded Vista-based Cox Construction Co. an $11.8 million task order to make various repairs at Naval Base Point Loma over the course of two years.
Northrop Grumman Corp. declined comment Tuesday on whether any work from its newly acquired, $60 billion next-generation stealth bomber contract would flow to San Diego’s defense community.
The U.S. Air Force awarded ViaSat Inc. a $13.2 deal to develop Mini Crypto — electronics that can encode a message to National Security Agency specifications while keeping size, weight and power consumption to a minimum.
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. has a $19.1 million logistics deal with France, the Pentagon announced on Oct. 26.
The U.S. Army awarded General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. a $38.2 million contract modification covering one year of performance-based logistics support for the Army’s Grey Eagle unmanned aircraft.
As the old year drew to a close, the push at the Defense Department was to get funds obligated before the chimes struck 12.
DEFENSE: Contractor Wins Bids for F-35s And Signal Jammers
Northrop Grumman Corp. sees growth ahead in its military radio business in Kearny Mesa and Carmel Mountain Ranch.
Marathon Construction Corp. of Lakeside and R.E. Staite Engineering Inc. of San Diego were among five contractors receiving up to five years of U.S. Navy construction work, primarily on the West Coast.
Tapestry Solutions Inc. of San Diego received a $7.2 million contract modification from the U.S. Transportation Command on Oct. 1. Under the deal, Tapestry will sustain the current, version 6 of the ICODES cargo transportation planning software.
Cobham recently received approximately $51 million from BAE Systems for microelectronic products for the F-35 Lightning II platform.
DEFENSE: The Pentagon Cash Flow Is Kind to Some Cos., But the Specter of Defense Budget Cuts Still Looms
How healthy is the region’s defense economy? In the short term, it’s great. In the long term, observers seem a little more guarded
General Dynamics NASSCO said on Oct. 14 that it started construction on the fourth in a series of expeditionary warfare support ships. The U.S. Navy signed a $498.1 million deal to build the ship in June.
SDMAC, the San Diego Military Advisory Council, has named William T.R. Bogle as its executive director.
USO San Diego named has Arne John Nelson as its new chief executive officer.
PKL Services Inc. of Poway received a two-year, $11.6 million contract modification to provide maintenance and operation services to aircraft operated by the Republic of Singapore.