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BAE Systems to continue US Navy MDC5ISR support

The US Navy has awarded BAE Systems a contract worth approximately $86 million to continue supporting its Mobile Deployable Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Combat Systems, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (MDC5ISR) programmes.

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The five-year contract from the US Naval Air Systems Command’s Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Webster Outlying Field Special Communications Mission Solutions Division will involve the company providing engineering and technical services for new and legacy MDC5ISR systems and platforms.

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This contract includes support for a variety of MDC5ISR products including small craft, transportable systems, en-route communication systems and intra-platform systems Mobile Deployable C5ISR.
 
“As a leading systems integrator, our team brings an unmatched level of expertise to the programme,” said Lisa Hand, Vice President and General Manager, BAE Systems Integrated Defense Solutions. “We have provided quick reaction, integrated C5ISR solutions on this programme for more than 35 years and we are proud to continue our support to warfighters deployed around the globe.”
 
This follow-on contract includes support for a variety of MDC5ISR products including small craft, transportable systems, en-route communication systems and intra-platform systems for the US Navy, Special Operations Forces, Homeland Security and for other Department of Defense (DoD) and non-DoD agencies.

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The company will perform work in Lexington Park, Maryland, St. Inigoes, Maryland and Little Creek, Virginia. 

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