Mixed Navy-Coast Guard Crew To Man Sea Fighter Catamaran

Burgess, Richard R.
March 2005
Sea Power;Mar2005, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p62
Presents developments affecting the naval defense industries in the U.S. Development of the experimental Littoral Surface Craft by the Office of Naval Research, Titan Corp., and BMT Nigel Gee and Associates; Decision of the Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. not to protest on the decision of the Navy to select the design by Lockheed Martin Aeronautical Systems Co. to replace the current presidential helicopter fleet; Details of several defense industry-military transactions.


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