Lockheed to Provide Engineering for Navy Underwater Combat System

Lockheed Martin will provide engineering services to the Navy for an undersea warfare combat system, according to a Defense Department announcement Friday.

The AN/SQQ-89A is a surface ship combat system comprised of a hull-mounted sonar, a sonar towed behind a ship and acoustic intercept receivers. The system is used to defend against threats from submarines, mine-like small objects and torpedoes.

Lockheed received a $15,450,907 contract modification to perform the work.

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