Lockhead Martin to Develop Undersea Vehicle

Burgess, Richard R.
July 2003
Sea Power;Jul2003, Vol. 46 Issue 7, p40
Reports on contracts awarded by the U.S. Navy to several defense firms as of July 2003. Lockheed Martin Corp.'s contract to design a mission-reconfigurable unmanned undersea vehicle; Raytheon Network Centric Systems' production of Cooperative Engagement Capability systems; Electric Boat Corp.'s conversion of Ohio-class ballistic-missile submarines to guided-missile submarines.


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