Johns Hopkins APL to Help Air Force Develop, Test Aerospace Systems

Johns Hopkins APL to Help Air Force Develop, Test Aerospace Systems
JHU APL

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has secured a potential six-year, $50M contract to develop air warfare technology platforms for the U.S. Air Force.

APL will also support acquisition, test and evaluation of munition, cyber and electronic warfare components of aerospace systems under the sole-source, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

The AF Life Cycle Management Center is the contracting activity and will obligate $800K at the time of award.

Contract work will take place at APL's facility in Laurel, Md., through July 31, 2026.

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