Boeing to Provide Navy Moving Target Weapons

Boeing won a $12,588,056 Navy contract modification to provide direct-attack moving target weapons, the Defense Department announced Monday.

The Seattle-based aerospace and defense contractor will produce 1,116 weapons and shipping containers.

The company will also provide 640 hours of production, engineering and logistics services to support the Navy’s direct-attack weapons requirement.

The company will perform work in St. Charles, Mo. and the Pentagon expects delivery to complete in February 2013.

The Naval Air Systems Command in Patuxent River, Md. is the contracting activity for the firm-fixed-price contract.

The company won a nearly $19 million Navy modification in December to provide a weapons tactics trainer for the Navy’s P-8A Poseidon fleet.

The Poseidon is equipped with intelligence, reconnaissance and surveillance sensors.

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