Litton Wins Sub Radar Contract For U.S. Navy

Thursday, October 07, 1999
Litton Marine Systems has been granted a contract worth more than $7 million by Naval Sea Systems Command, Arlington, Va. to provide radars for U.S. submarines. The contract calls for Litton to supply three AN/BPS-16(V) radar and mast systems, providing navigation and surface surveillance. The trio of systems will be outfitted on USS Jimmy Carter, third Seawolf Class submarine; and New Attack submarines USS Virginia and USS Texas.
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