Hundreds of corporations, big and small, comprise the U.S. war industry. Endless war is the most profitable racket on Earth. The U.S. Department of War allocated at least $44,564,315,000 on 206 individual contracts during January 2019.


FOREIGN MILITARY SALES (FMS)Through FMS, the U.S. government procures and transfers materiel to allied nations and international organizations. FMS contracts during January 2019 totaled roughly $754,772,000.


For production & delivery of P-8A aircraft for Norway (5 for $694,971,086; 28%) and the U.K. (4 for $506,870,865; 21%).


Lockheed Martin $33,732,110 FMS (Norway): C-130J long-term sustainment at Gardermoen Air Station, Norway.


Navistar $8,069,336 for FMS (Iraq): Navistar transport and cargo vehicles. NIC4 Inc. $28,812,143 for FMS (Iraq): capabilities to operate, sustain, support and expand Iraq’s Very Small Aperture Terminal network. Sallyport Global $375,000,000 FMS (Iraq): base operations support (BOSS) & security for Lockheed Martin F-16 program at Balad Air Base.


Space Dynamics Laboratory $18,295,163 for FMS (South Korea): tasking, collecting, processing, exploitation, and dissemination (TCPED) capability supporting the country’s Northrop Grumman RQ-4 program. Provides TCPED system, spares, equipment, etc.


Kay & Associates Inc. $63,016,210 07 FMS (Kuwait): maintenance and support on F/A-18 C/D and equipment in Kuwait [Almed Al-Jaber Air Base (98.38%); Kuwaiti Air Force HQ (6.04%); Air Institute/Air Defense Base (1.89%); Subhan/Air Defense Base (1.13%)]. Northrop Grumman $7,666,503 for FMS (Kuwait): Army & Navy vehicle intercommunication systems. Elkridge, MD.


Tecmotiv (USA) Inc. $19,644,207 for FMS (Egypt): M60 engine overhaul parts package.




B.L. Harbert International $41,832,719 to build an 80,000 square foot hangar & facility to support research, development, testing, and evaluation (RDT&E) unmanned carrier-launched aerial surveillance systems at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland.


General Atomics $37,100,316 for putting new capabilities onto existing FY2017 aircraft production configuration. General Atomics makes the MQ-9 Reaper drone.


Northrop Grumman $86,200,000 for Starlite (.pdf) system support. Northrop Grumman $55,062,919 11 for five MQ-8C and two lightweight fuel cells. Northrop Grumman $19,590,756 for software design, system integration, qualification testing, cybersecurity, and engineering services on the MQ-8.


Textron (AAI) $10,839,582 for engineering and technical services for the Unmanned Influence Sweep System (UISS) unmanned surface vehicle platform. UISS will help LCS perform a mine warfare sweep mission. It is marketed as being able to target acoustic, magnetic, and magnetic/acoustic combination mine types. The contract announcement repeats industry claims that the UISS program “will satisfy the Navy’s need for a rapid, wide-area coverage mine clearance capability, required to neutralize magnetic/acoustic influence mines.”




Leonardo DRS $74,864,274 for Mobile-Low Slow, Small Unmanned Aircraft Integrated Defeat System (rapid development, production, deployment, support).




ARTEL $12,253,000 for commercial satellite communications service supporting Air Force's Central Command network architecture within the Southwest Asia. ARTEL $93,159,500 for the same service.


Northrop Grumman $44,428,104 to support four Battlefield Airborne Communications Node E-11A (.pdf), subsystems, and equipment out of Kandahar, Afghanistan. Some work in Maryland. Northrop Grumman $149,616,524 for BACN payload operations and sustainment, not necessarily in Afghanistan.




AECOM $35,162,580 to provide third party logistics support and hazardous material supplies for USMC in the Pacific and tenant Navy commands in Okinawa, Japan. The people of Okinawa have a deep history opposing the U.S. military presence on the island. The Japanese Prime Minster recently openly resisted the people’s will.




Vectrus $26,735,291 for non-personal operations and maintenance supply services in Germany and Italy. This work was once done by the troops, prior to the corporate takeover of the War Department.




ACC Construction $30,006,388 for a Special Operations Forces tactical equipment maintenance facility at Fort Bragg, and $21,039,018 for more work on the project.




Fulcrum IT Services $128,003,638 for all-source intelligence analysis and operational support services to the Joint Intelligence Operations Center–Korea (JIOC-K), U.S. Forces Korea and six divisions in South Korea.


ACADEMIA ­– U.S. academia has largely supported the U.S. war industry. Faculty and staff often justify this ethical compromise by claiming that the funding is too good to turn down and that they, the academics, are ultimately not the ones determining when, where, or how to use the weaponry being developed.


Johns Hopkins University $8,565,000 to provide assessments and alternatives of offensive capabilities within the domains of air, land, sea, space and cyberspace, missions and warfare areas that asymmetrically mitigate threat effectiveness, impose cost, and/or create ambiguity in adversary decision-making. This is a long-running project with the Pentagon. Previous installments of cash on this contract were issued 15 March 2017, 22 Sept 2017, 7 Feb 2018, 9 July 2018, and 26 Sept 2018.


JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35) – Kenneth R. Possenriede, recently in charge of Lockheed Martin’s F-35 finances, was recently promoted to be the war corporation’s CEO.


Lockheed Martin $68,933,454 for design, development, documentation, integration, and test of upgrades to the U.S. Reprogramming Laboratory to execute the Mission Data (MD) programming and reprogramming mission for the F-35 Digital Channelized Receiver/Technique Generator and Tuner Insertion Program (DTIP) and non-DTIP configurations for USAF ($34,466,727; 50%); Navy ($17,233,364; 25%), USMC ($17,233,363; 25%).


Lockheed Martin $542,225,679 for ancillary mission equipment (AME) and associated AME initial spares in support of Lot 13 F-35 aircraft.


Lockheed Martin $31,335,203 for F-35 sustainment services (LRIP, lot 10) in Williamtown, Australia.




Bell-Boeing Joint Project Office $23,325,145 to support V-22 flight test and evaluation. Bell-Boeing JPO $143,863,184 for V-22 performance based logistics and engineering support. Rolls-Royce $35,672,562 07 for 17 AE1107C engines for V-22, to include one engine for U.S. Navy ($18,885,474; 53%); Japan ($16,787,088; 47%).




Nordam Group $7,902,620 for first article testing in support of flight control surfaces in Boeing’s F/A-18.




Integral Aerospace $14,315,721 01 for 114 external fuel tanks in support of the F/A-18E/F and EA-18G. Raytheon $81,224,627 for 228 configuration components to complete a retrofit of F/A-18E/F and EA-18G for U.S. Navy ($80,692,484; 99%) and Australia ($532,143; 1%).




RQ Construction $41,429,522 for design & construction of a maintenance hangar in support of EA-18 aircraft at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington.




Northrop Grumman $11,278,884 for aerial refueling envelope expansion and objective tanker qualification testing in support of the E-2D aircraft. Rolls-Royce $26,332,225 for depot repair of T56-A-427 engines on E-2 Hawkeye aircraft




Boeing $9,276,687 for Air Launch Accessory (ALA) and shipping container as part of the High Altitude Anti-Submarine Warfare Weapon Capability of P-8A integration.


Boeing $1,256,865,203 for production & delivery of ten P-8A aircraft for U.S. Navy. Raytheon $7,124,695 to repair the APY-10 radar system used on Boeing’s P-8A aircraft.




General Dynamics $18,728,697 for engineering services supporting C-20 and C-37 fleet.


Honeywell $85,676,969 for hardware and software support for C-5 aircraft. Some work in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Lockheed Martin $39,957,226 for C5 contractor logistics support services (supply chain management, repair, technical support). Lockheed Martin $131,604,450 for C5 sustainment.


Rolls-Royce $70,706,540 for C-130J propulsion long term sustainment in Robins AFB.




Transaero Inc. $23,237,500 for fixed landing gear.




Defense Research Associates $11,098,274 for R&D of long-duration multispectral sensor technology.


Multibeam Corp. $22,900,000 for Electron-Beam Direct Write subsystems. This is to continue demonstration of the advanced lithography tool for government integrated circuits developed under the basic contract.


Teledyne Scientific & Imaging $16,448,132 for the Fortress program—to get the ball rolling in the pursuit of improved medium & long wavelength infrared HgCdTe based detector technologies.


REDSTONE ARSENAL – Every major war corporation has a presence at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama.


Torch Technologies $8,802,273 for engineering, integration, test & analysis, and $9,102,000 for strategic systems engineering, integration, test & analysis in Huntsville, Alabama.




Elbit Fort Worth (an Apartheid Israel corporation) $24,360,089 for the Common Helmet Mounted Display (CHMD).


Lockheed Martin $7,026,164 17 for Automated Logistics Environment software maintenance operating systems and obsolescence avoidance in support of the low rate initial production CH-53K aircraft.


L3 $18,721,174 37 for TH-57 contractor logistics support.


L3 $16,138,920 for 840 technically refreshed multi-function displays for retrofits and spares in support of Textron AH-1Z and UH-1Y aircraft. L3 $12,556,242 for the common data link Hawklink AN/SRQ-4 systems (manufacture, test, deliver, manage, support) for Lockheed Martin’s MH-60R aircraft. Textron (Bell) $439,563,841 for 25 lot 16 AH-1Z aircraft and 25 stores control units.


Vertex Aerospace $9,086,502 for aviation field maintenance in Fort Rucker, AL.


Timken Aerospace Drive Systems $9,072,000 for rotor link pin assemblies.


United Technologies $27,095,145 for repair and maintenance and unscheduled program depot-level maintenance on UH-1N and HH-60 helicopters.


W & G Machine Co. $27,604,800 for aviation flutter dampeners for U.S. Army.




AKIMA Logistics Services $7,798,197 for full contractor logistics support of 58 U.S. Air Force Academy aircraft at Colorado Springs, Peterson AFB, and the U.S. Air Force Academy auxiliary airfield, Colorado.


Copper River ES $8,549,387 for support services and depot avionics technical repairs operations for the 402nd Electronics Maintenance Group, Robins AFB, GA.


DynCorp $18,537,068 for aviation field maintenance services. DynCorp $43,856,375 17 for maintenance and logistics on Boeing F/A-18 & EA-18G, Lockheed Martin MH-60S and F-16A/B, and Northrop Grumman E-2C aircraft at Naval Aviation Warfighting Development Center (NAWDC) in Fallon, Nevada.


19 corporations compete for a rough maximum $12.59 billion for logistics services re: Contracted Maintenance, Modification, Aircrew and Related Services (CMMARS). Supports aviation platforms of various Navy and Air Force type/model/series aircraft, inter-related systems, subsystems, and services.




BAE Systems, Boeing, General Atomics, Harris Corp., Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, United Technologies shared $22,500,000 for the formation of a collaborative working group of various industry partners to work as single extended entity to develop via pre-planned product improvement initiatives, as well as manage and provide configuration control of the open mission systems and universal command and control interface standards, collectively referred to as the Open Architecture Standards. Work in the industry facilities in Nashua, NH; St. Louis, Poway, CA; Westford MA; Clifton NH; Fort Worth, TX; and Melbourne, FL. This is a continuation of an earlier contract issued 27 Dec 2018.


United Support Solutions – LMT, Finch Manufacturing & Technology, Central Metal Fabricators Inc. for $10,000,000 to fabricate mechanical components and assemblies.




Raytheon $32,958,080 02 for engineering and manufacturing development of the Miniature Air Launched Decoy – Navy.




Avon Protection Systems $92,670,255 for the joint service aircrew mask, engineering support, special tooling and spare parts.




Lockheed Martin $28,882,337 for AEGIS Baseline 9 integration & delivery, upgrades, improvements, and engineering. Lockheed Martin $23,023,786 for engineering & security, test & site updates, and risk mitigation for the Aegis site in Redzikowo, Poland. Lockheed Martin $13,113,482 (bringing particular contract total to $2,930,929,600) for installation; test & training; logistics & material planning; and additional program planning, technical coordination, and scheduling for Aegis BMD 4.x aboard AEGIS destroyers. Lockheed Martin $10,930,390 for AEGIS Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) 4.0.2 equipment for Shipset 23 and BMD spares.


Raytheon $9,347,391 for engineering services in support of the Aegis SPY-1 radar and Mk 99 fire control system.




Austal USA $16,322,000 for engineering, management, and production services in support of prefabrication efforts, material procurement, and work on USS Cincinnati (LCS-20) extended industrial post-delivery availability (EIPDA). The U.S. war machine co-opts foreign nations in part through spending money on their niche war corporations. Austal is an Australian corporation that the Pentagon contracts for certain Naval products.


Lockheed Martin received an unspecified amount to build one littoral combat ship. “The specific award for this ship is considered source-selection sensitive information (see 41 U.S. Code 2101, et seq., FAR (FAR) 2.101 and FAR 3.104) and will not be made public at this time.” Recent LCS have cost upwards of $550 million.




Rolls-Royce $41,967,720 for 20 Marine Turbine (MT7) engines for LCAC 100 Class. Each LCAC consists of 4 MT7 engines. Includes delivery to Textron for assembly.




Coffin Turbo Pump $15,523,669 for up to 33 main feed pumps for the ship’s main propulsion boilers.




Raytheon $15,850,000 for DDG 1000 class mission systems equipment interim spares.




General Atomics $19,682,252 for Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS) spare parts [manufacture, assembly, inspection, integration, test, delivery] in support of the CVN-78 prior to the Advanced Arresting Gear and EMALS material support dates.


Huntington Ingalls roughly $15,211,932,000 for work on nuclear-powered aircraft carriers Enterprise (CVN 80) and unnamed CVN 81.




General Dynamics $13,067,576 for sustainment of the U.S. and U.K SSBN Fire Control System; and the U.S. SSGN Attack Weapon Control System, incl training and support equipment and research and development.


Hamilton Sundstrand Corp. $27,705,545 to support engineering services and on-site support services re: submarine air revitalization, monitoring, oxygen generation and ventilation systems on U.S. naval ships.


Treadwell Corp. $9,381,592 in support of engineering and in-service engineering services for submarine air revitalization, air monitoring, oxygen generation and ventilation on U.S. naval ships. Work in various locations worldwide including New London, CT; Philadelphia, PA; Norfolk, VA; San Diego, CA; Bremerton, WA; Guam; Diego Garcia; and Pearl Harbor, HI.




Bechtel Plant Machinery $95,257,528 for naval nuclear propulsion components.


Progeny Systems Corp. $14,750,184 for Integrated Shipboard/Shore-based Maintenance Management Decision Tools (like Nosis) engineering, and technical services for use on submarines and aircraft carriers.




BAE Systems $9,576,151 for scheduled Surface Incremental Availability (SIA) on USS Halsey (DDG 97).


Coastal Marine Services and Thermcor shared $7,142,000 to provide pipe lagging onboard Navy ships vessels within a 50-mile radius of San Diego, CA.


General Dynamics $91,477,172 for USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) Dry-docking Planned Incremental Availability in Portsmouth, VA. General Dynamics $9,998,560 for digital voltage regulator system material, providing five ship sets of material and one ship set ready for ship installation.


Lyon Shipyard, Inc. $7,994,140 for repair, maintenance and modernization of USNS Prevail (TSV 1) during the ship’s docking phased maintenance availability.


Structural Associates Inc. $10,008,000 for repairs for insulator shop relocation Building 166 at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, Maine.


For maintenance (complex, emergent, continuous) and availabilities on surface combatants (DDG and CG) homeported in San Diego, CA, three war corporations – BAE Systems, Huntington Ingalls, General Dynamics – received $90,275,086. Ensures continued facilities and resources capable of completing maintenance & repair on surface combatant ships assigned to or visiting the port of San Diego, CA.




Global Technical Systems $8,510,970 for 15 Common Processing System (CPS) Technical Instruction Twelve Hybrid (TI-12H) water-cooled production units for Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program (SEWIP) and two CPS TI-12H air-cooled production units for ship self defense systems.


Lockheed Martin $77,758,481 for Navy’s AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 Surface Ship Undersea Warfare System (UWS).


Raytheon $38,140,569 for Dual Band Radar (DBR) Design Agent Technical Engineering support efforts.




Ocean Ships $20,800,875 for the operation and maintenance of Expeditionary Transfer Dock (ESD) vessels.




Booz Allen Hamilton $36,655,871 for Identity Dominance System (IDS) technology. This supplies the Pentagon with handheld biometric hardware devices.


Dakota Creek Industries $26,710,222 for the detail design and construction (DD&C) of two yard tug 808-class harbor tugboats (YT 812 and YT 813) and accessory items to include 50-man inflatable buoyant apparatus and Navy Mk-7 life raft, as well as packaging and delivery to final destination.


Fairbanks Morse Engine $13,552,041 for engineering, logistics and program management services in support of the Navy diesel engine systems.




Boeing $56,755,269 for program management support as well as engineering and integrated logistics support by the original equipment manufacturer for the post-production support phase of the T-45 aircraft lifecycle. Includes special tooling and test equipment, data accessibility and obsolescence identification, and resolution in addition to field services support that will provide subject matter expertise in the areas of environmental control systems, cockpit pressurization and On-Board Oxygen Generation Systems integration.




Thales $30,931,029 for continued procurement, manufacturing, testing and delivery of High Frequency Distribution Amplifier Group system components and engineering services for SSC Pacific San Diego, CA.




Odyssey International Inc. $14,000,000 to build a company operations facility, Fort Gordon, GA.


Syracuse Research Corp. $13,531,249 for the sensor beam program: research, analyze, technically document, and perform reviews on electromagnetic systems, events and signatures. Work at JB San Antonio-Lackland, TX.




CACI $8,582,382 for pre-planned IT product improvement, life cycle management, business process, and technical integration support and reengineering services for Theater Enterprise-Wide Logistics System (TEWLS) application at Fort Detrick, MD.


Dell $78,141,800 for VMware software license maintenance. Emergent LLC $7,616,333 for Oracle PeopleSoft software license renewals.


Microsoft $1.76 billion for Microsoft Enterprise Services for the Pentagon, Coast Guard, and intelligence community. Includes Microsoft engineering for government “software developers” and product teams to leverage a range of proprietary resources and source-code. Includes Microsoft support for tools, knowledge database, problem resolution assistance, and custom changes to Microsoft source-code when applicable.


NetCentrics Corp. $268,464,985 to provide Information Technology (IT) Support Services - Service Delivery, consisting of satisfying Joint Service Provider (JSP) user needs for secure, accessible, and stable IT support.




BAE Systems $12,157,767 for dynamic networking adaptation for Mission Optimization Extensible Network Architecture software/hardware, which are marketed as being able to interconnect applications and information across multiple legacy and future networks.


General Dynamics $26,767,467 for replenishment spares for the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical.




The Aerospace Corp. $22,000,000 to run the federally funded research & development center (FFRDC), Space & Missile Systems Center, Los Angeles AFB.


Engility Corp. $655,000,000 for services (engineering, development, integration, sustainment) supporting the Space & Missile Systems Center Advanced Systems and Development Directorate, Ground Systems & Space Operations Division at Kirtland AFB, NM.


Harris Corp. $72,261,464 for Combat Mission Systems Support (CMSS) program to sustain the Space & Missile Systems Center portfolio of ground-based electronic warfare systems and develop the Counter Communications System Block 10.3.


Lockheed Martin $52,700,000 for engineering, development and sustainment on Air Force Multi-Mission Satellite Operation Center.


Northrop Grumman $7,688,550 for Defense Support Program (DSP) on-orbit satellite and anomaly resolution support in Azusa, CA; Aurora, CO; and Colorado Springs, CO.


MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY (MDA) – After intense lobbying by the U.S. war industry, the D.C. regime pulled out of the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty in 2002. This paved the way for the establishment of the Missile Defense Agency, and allowed the U.S. war industry to develop, market, and sell “ballistic missile defense” weaponry. This weaponry is one of the most lucrative sectors of the U.S. war industry.


Boeing $15,991,141 01 for 79 Harpoon Block II Plus Tactical Missile upgrade kits for U.S. Navy. Lockheed Martin $16,089,088 for 4,320 Laser Guided Training Rounds BDU-59B/B. Raytheon $9,607,811 for Multi-Spectral Targeting System (MTS) sensor support for MDA. For now Raytheon is the only designer, developer, and manufacturer of the MTS-class sensor.




B.L. Harbert International $26,644,688 to build a consolidated Nuclear Air Operations & Support Facility at Whiteman AFB, MO.


Lockheed Martin $559,622,074 for Trident II (D5) missile production and deployed system support.




Boeing $13,930,396 for services (engineering, training, logistics support, installation, etc.) on missiles, like SLAM-ER and Harpoon for U.S. Navy, Brazil, Chile, Apartheid Israel, South Korea, Japan, Australia, Canada, Turkey, U.K., Malaysia, Taiwan, Singapore, Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Denmark, Germany, India, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Mexico, Thailand, Greece, Qatar, and Belgium.


Lockheed Martin $100,690,961 for design changes (design, development, integration, testing) to the wings/chines on JASSM-ER.


Raytheon $21,000,000 for advanced medium range air-to-air missile (AMRAAM) system improvement program software architecture and design risk reduction efforts “to counter evolving threats.”


Raytheon $16,350,543 for depot level diagnosis, clean up, repair and maintenance on the corporation’s PATRIOT system.




Endeavor Robotics $32,400,000 for parts (reset, sustain, maintain, recap) for Robot Logistics Support Center technicians to support Endeavor robots.


Leidos $9,742,355 for support of Saturn Arch Aerial Intelligence System for day and night image collection and exploitation of Improvised Explosive Device “hot spot” areas.


Med-Eng LLC $47,203,546 for Generation II advanced bomb suit systems.


Northrop Grumman $17,774,920 for full-rate production of the Joint Counter Radio-Controlled Improvised Explosive Device Electronic Warfare Increment One Block One Systems.


Syracuse Research Corp. $108,209,591 for Vehicle Integrated Defeat System.




AECOM $9,050,209 for linear demolition charge systems, spares and data items for the Assault Breacher vehicle weapon system.


BAE Systems $7,201,316 for the maintenance of M88 recovery vehicles, data package maintenance, and total ownership “cost reduction.”


BAE Systems $474,084,062 for technical support, maintenance, field service representatives, management, etc. on the M109.


General Dynamics $7,969,810 for Abrams tank systems technical support.


General Dynamics $402,163,806 for Stryker system technical support services.


Ibis Tek Inc. and O’Gara Hess & Eisenhardt Armoring Company shared $49,500,000 for armor hardware turret systems, platform integration & hardware kits, and spare parts.


Oshkosh Defense $37,659,687 for spare vehicle parts. Oshkosh Defense $8,048,749 for test and field service support for the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle.


Talbert Manufacturing Inc. $360,249,853 for M872A4 semitrailers and associated items.


Shilog LTD $7,777,536 for Polybutadiene, Liquid, Hydroxyl-Terminated, Type II.




Colt $7,953,750 for bolt breech’s. Olin Corp. - Winchester Division $85,131,683 for 5.56mm, 7.62mm and .50 caliber ammunition.




Alamo Strategic Manufacturing $8,550,000 for knee and elbow pads. Some work in Puerto Rico, which is where a lot of the Pentagons uniforms are made.


Central Lake Armor Express $10,432,525 for production of 1,322,654 Plate Carrier Generation III soft armor inserts and data reports. Vertical Protective Apparel $14,539,807 for production & integration of 56,710 Plate Carrier Generation III complete systems and 61,729 components and spares.


L3 $68,964,170 for components (test, inspect and repair) of CSS VSAT AN/TSC-183A system (.pdf).




Leonardo DRS $67,300,000 for horizontal technology integration second generation forward looking infrared BKit components and engineering services.




CLOTHING – The Pentagon uses cheap labor in Puerto Rico manufacture military uniforms. It also uses prison labor, effective slavery, inside the U.S.


Federal Prison Industries $27,189,820 for extreme cold/wet weather jackets. McRae Industries $9,934,688 for hot-weather flame resistant combat boots. Puerto Rico Apparel Manufacturing (PRAMA) $11,648,229 for coats and trousers. Southeastern Kentucky Rehabilitation Industries $7,229,250 for various types of caps.




Caddell Construction Co. $143,514,000 for construction of an airmen training complex dormitory, a dining & classroom facility, supporting facilities, a free standing equipment building, a weapons cleaning pavilion, running track, exercise pads and parking lots.


Kapili Services $21,966,450 to provide program manager training systems delta support.


Loch Harbour Group $7,247,076 for training instructors. Fort Sill, Oklahoma.




Ready One Industries $186,375,600 for Joint Service Lightweight Integrated Suit Technology (JSLIST).


UTILITIES – Privatizing utilities is never a good idea. It prioritizes profit over the health and wellbeing of the people. Additionally, water is a human right; corporate greed should be nowhere near it.


American Water Operations & Maintenance $26,589,346 for ownership, operation, and maintenance of water and wastewater utility systems at Fort Polk, LA.


Base Utilities Inc. $41,055,519 for two water and two wastewater systems for the Air Force in North Dakota.


Facility Services Management $13,241,456 to plan, manage, and run operations & maintenance for the Department of Public Works (Fort Huachuca, AZ), especially facility maintenance, water, fuel, sewage plant, land resource utilization, family housing, and property maintenance.


Joyce & Associates Construction Inc. $9,058,945 to repair waste water collection system core areas at MCAS Cherry Point, NC.




J&J Maintenance $42,601,783 for healthcare environmental services.


Valneva USA $70,051,600, for the Japanese Encephalitis Vaccine.




General Electric $450,000,000 for patient monitoring systems, accessories and training. ZOLL Medical Corp. $400,000,000 for patient monitoring and capital equipment systems and accessories.


Kforce Government Solutions $28,000,000 for traumatic amputation task trainers.


Medical Place Inc. $15,000,000 for hospital equipment and accessories for the DLA electronic catalog. Planmeca U.S.A. $29,850,000 for medical equipment and accessories for the DLA electronic catalog.




Donald L. Mooney Enterprises $11,954,435 for licensed vocational nurses and certified nurse assistants services.


MedTrust LLC $12,939,322 for registered nursing services.


SeKON Enterprise $32,696,823 to support of the Program Executive Office (PEO) - Defense Healthcare Management Systems (DHMS) in its efforts to provide systems engineering processes, cybersecurity processes, data management and governance, synthetic test data, process and software tool support, and enterprise solutions architecture for PEO DHMS programs.


Spectrum Federal Solutions $8,585,466 for “embedded health care providers” in high-risk units and locations to provide assistance and treatment for airmen.




Dental Health Products $37,500,000 for dental equipment and accessories for the DLA electronic catalog.




Atlantic Diving Supply, Berger Cummins JV, Caterpillar, Inglett & Stubbs International, Texas Power & Associates are sharing a $90,000,000 for generators and associated supplies.


Bren-Tronics Inc. $9,832,972 for storage batteries.




General Dynamics (Gulfstream) $80,607,877 for C-20/C-37 fleet sustainment.




Competing for $41,441,067 fourteen companies, regular war abettors like American Airlines, Delta, FedEx, UPS, and Polar Air Cargo, agreed to provide international air transportation services (including planeloads of hazardous and perishable materials, life & death, and narcotics).


Schuyler Line Navigation Co. $7,101,934 for ocean liner service between Jacksonville / Blount Island, FL, and Naval Station Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, and elsewhere.


SeaCube Container Leasing International, Textainer Equipment Management, and Triton Container International $16,227,246 for leasing and worldwide transportation of intermodal container equipment.




Sealift Inc. $9,106,750 for U.S. flagged vessel MV Black Eagle, for transportation and prepositioning of cargo (including, but not limited to, hazardous cargo, explosives, ammunition, vehicular, containers) and military readiness.


SRA International $11,336,940 for command, control, communications, and computer system afloat operations and sustainment support for capabilities aboard MSC ships and MSC network operations centers.




Global PCCI (JV) $250,000,000 for the Emergency Ship Salvage Material (ESSM) system.




Four corporations shared $12,000,000 for environmental architect-engineer services for USACE.




Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency $8,325,934 for food services. Military Produce Group $146,066,237 for fresh fruits and vegetables.


CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS – A January 2015 report noted that trimming some outsourced administrative waste (like we see in this category of consulting, admin, and business logistics) would have saved roughly $125 billion over five years. The Pentagon leadership (many of whom come from leadership positions in U.S. war corporations) buried the report, fearing Congress might use it to cut the war budget.


Advanced Management Strategies Group, Atkinson Aeronautics & Technology, Emerging Technology Support, Get It Done Solutions LLC, Strategic Ventures Consulting Group, and Vickers & Nolan Enterprises shared a $43,891,128 for technical, analytical, and engineering support for the USMC Capabilities Development Directorate.


C4 Planning Solutions $45,488,761 for tactical systems support and professional engineering services for the USMC Tactical Systems Support Activity.


MA Federal Inc. $22,238,503 for Small Form Factor suite production, acquisition, engineering management support, logistics, and sustainment support for USMC Systems Command, Quantico, VA.


Marton Technologies Inc. $15,962,505 for logistics support services. Fort Riley, Kansas.


Risk Mitigation Consulting $95,000,000 for mission assurance assessments of installation / facilities infrastructure and control systems for NAVFAC Atlantic.


Quantum Spatial Inc., Geographic Information Services, Booz Allen Hamilton, Woolpert Inc., KFS LLC shared a combined $46,564,206 to provide geospatial tasks and support functions for improved shared situational awareness and decision making across the various echelons of military hierarchy. Support may include technical assistance at Headquarters Air Force, field operating agencies, numbered Air Forces, domestic bases, and forward operating locations, as well as a surge capability “to quickly respond to wartime, contingencies and manmade or natural disasters.”


Goodwill Industries of San Antonio $7,886,436 for record processing services. San Antonio, TX.




Robbins-Gioia LLC and Synergy Solutions & Innovations, Arlington $50,000,000 for exploring effective & efficient ways to support Air Force business operations and refine the Defense Business System. Supports IT by “leveraging existing technologies owned by the Air Force, streamlining and standardizing business processes across the Air Force, and developing integrated solutions that are achievable in a constrained fiscal environment.” This shall also be used for technical and engineering; information and data management, process engineering, performance assessment, change management, facilitation, project management, and scheduling.


Siemens Government Technologies $24,586,803 for reactivation and maintenance of Teamcenter software, as well as equipment manufacturer support for the Air Force, Hill AFB, UT.




Diligent Consulting $17,490,000 to better align capabilities with user needs by realigning the fielding strategy to match the needs of individual units through the use of agile methods, and incorporate two financial processes necessary to be compliant with Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness and the Federal Information System Controls Audit Manual. The Pentagon’s audit is ongoing. It did not stop at the end of fiscal year 2018.




AECOM $63,007,995 for infrastructure work at Illinois River Basin, LaGrange Lock & Dam.


Bauer Foundation Corp., Bencor Global Inc., Treviicos South Inc. share $387,000,000 for Herbert Hoover Dike rehabilitation dam cutoff wall.


Inquip Associates $41,169,021 for levee improvement construction, Sacramento, CA.


Mississippi Limestone Corp. $18,399,991 for articulated concrete mattress casting at the Mississippi River.


Pate Construction Company $23,978,896 for a project consisting of 8,100 feet of reinforced concrete lined channel or concrete box culvert for the existing McKinley ditch, Alamogordo, NM.




Stantec Consulting Services $20,000,000 for architect-engineer general design services.


DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING – Endless war requires endless construction and building repair. An added bonus for the Pentagon and the U.S. war industry is how this construction activity effectively co-opts the working class, making them feel like they’re on the same team as the troops. It is a very powerful narcotic.


AECOM Construction Inc. $27,640,890 for example design and construction of a new bachelor enlisted quarters at Naval Weapons Station Yorktown, VA.


Bilbro Construction Co. $11,220,661 to remove two existing absorption chillers and replace them with two steam turbine driven centrifugal in Building 7 at Naval Medical Center, San Diego.


Barnhart-Reese Construction $7,127,423 to renovate historic Building 158 and demolition of Building 58 at Naval Base Point Loma, CA.


Clark Nexsen Inc. $60,000,000 for multi-discipline architect-engineering services in NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic AOR.


Harper Construction $17,281,265 for a USMC Reserve Training Center and a vehicle maintenance facility at Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach, CA.


IICON Construction Group $15,179,720 to build a National Guard readiness center, Fort Carson, CO.


Knox County Association for Remarkable Citizens $49,323,199 for wood pallets.


Six construction firms including Pentagon favorites AECOM, RQ Construction, and Whiting Turner Contracting $249,000,000 (max.) for construction within NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic Hampton Roads.


Six construction or electricity firms received a shared $249,000,000 for construction, renovation, and repair of utilities at government installations located in NAVFAC Southwest – CA, AZ, NV, UT, CO, and NM.


Six construction corporations shared $95,000,000 for design-bid-build construction work. 


Eight corporations shared a $90,000,000 for maintenance, repair, and construction at Holloman AFB, NM.




Great Lakes Dredge & Dock $14,136,343 for dredging and rock removal in Chester, PA. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock $7,814,143 to increase cubic yards of beach fill at Myrtle Beach, SC. Cottrell Contracting Corp. $12,740,080 for maintenance dredging at Jekyll Island, GA, and Daufuskie Island, SC.