Rick Sabol: SAIC Helps Navy Sustain Platforms for Service Life Extension

Jeff Brody

Rick Sabol, senior vice president of Naval Air Systems Command and Naval Sea Systems Command operations at Science Applications International Corp., has said the company seeks to help U.S. Navy customers extend the service life of their systems and platforms at an "economical cost,” Seapower Magazine reported Wednesday.

“What sets us apart: we don’t build anything. We are always working on the government side as an agnostic partner with them using whatever technologies they choose" Sabol told the publication in an interview.

"We facilitate the integration thereof, be it on platform or systems."

In addition to offering support to NAVSEA and NAVAIR, the company is pursuing an amphibious vehicle program of the U.S. Marine Corps and supporting production of Mark 48 torpedoes for the Navy

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