Marines award combat systems deals

Marines award combat systems deals

The Marine Corps System Command has awarded two task orders totaling $16 million to Anteon International Corp. for systems engineering and technical support for combat systems.

Under the blanket purchase agreement, the Fairfax, Va., company will support the Battle Management Air Defense Systems division and radar systems the division uses. The division provides technical support to program managers in the Marine Corps Systems Command and to the Direct Reporting Program Manager-Advanced Amphibious Assault.

Anteon will work on projects involving combat identification, integrated architecture, and the development, modernization and sustainment of radar systems, according to a company release.

The Marine Corps Systems Command is responsible for equipping forces on warfighting missions.


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