Hundreds of corporations, big and small, comprise the US war industry. Endless war is the most profitable racket on Earth. What follows are the contracts issued during February 2021.


FOREIGN MILITARY SALES (FMS)The US war industry sells to capitalist regimes around the world through direct commercial sales and foreign military sales (FMS). FMS tend to deal with big-ticket items or goods and services of a sensitive nature. Through FMS, the US government procures and transfers industry goods and services to the allied government. In fiscal year 2020, the war industry sold $50.8 billion through FMS, and $124.3 billion through direct commercial sales.


Atlantic Diving Supply, IncAquila International LLC, Government Suppliers & Associates Inc., RRDS Inc., US 21 Inc. $28,000,000 for organizational clothing and individual equipment to support FMS.


Bell Boeing JPO $1,377,483 for FMS (Japan): non-recurring engineering services for the conversion area harness aircraft modification. Also procures 72 conversion area harness base retrofit kits, 63 conversion area harness supplemental retrofit kits, and interim spares.


CAS Inc. $24,137,540 for technical engineering services in support of the Lower Tier Project Office, Huntsville, AL. Some FMS (Bahrain, Germany, Greece, Israel, Kuwait, Netherlands, Poland, Qatar, Romania, Saudi Arabia, S. Korea, Spain, Sweden, UAE).


AITC-Five Domains JV $16,024,942 for FMS (Saudi Arabia): train, advise, assist and mentor services in Riyadh. General Dynamics $16,582,968 for FMS (Saudi Arabia): engineering efforts to develop a conversion approach for one M1A2S tank and one M1A2K tank to be converted into two M1A2T tanks. 


L3Harris $10,567,301 for a radio frequency amplifier, divider/combiner and isolator for the Egyptian Navy.


L3Harris $17,107,720 for FMS (unnamed): additional labor and material required to develop and install aircraft ground systems in multiple operating locations. 


Lockheed Martin $9,955,613 for FMS (Taiwan and Saudi Arabia): contractor field support technicians. Much work in Taipei, Taiwan, and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.


Lockheed Martin for Long Range Anti-Ship Missiles, tooling and test equipment. FMS portion = $208,738,546.


Northrop Grumman $116,491,337 for FMS (Australia): Joint Counter Radio-Controlled Improvised Explosive Device Electronic Warfare Increment One Block One dismounted systems, mounted systems, mounted auxiliary kits, operational level spares, depot level spares and engineering support services.


Lockheed Martin $1,064,827 for six electronic Consolidated Automated Support System (eCASS) units and related equipment, including 3 self-maintenance and test/calibration operational test program sets and 3 shore installation kits for F-35 FMS aircraft. Raytheon for material and support equipment for depot maintenance facilities, program administrative labor for non-recurring sustainment activities, mockup engines and modules for test cells, as well as supplies, services, and planning for depot activations regarding F-35 (lot 13) engines for non-DOD participants ($45,225,342) and FMS ($15,886,074).




General Atomics $11,155,719 for Group 5 Unmanned Air System (UAS) Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance support for Task Force Southwest and Marine Corps operations using contractor-owned/contractor-operated MQ-9.


Simatech Inc. $9,299,848 for technical support for the Unmanned Aircraft Systems Project Manager's Office.




Ellume USA LLC $250,000,000 to procure home use testing without prescription requirements re: ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.


Eli Lilly & Co. $2,520,000,000 for Eli Lilly's combination monoclonal antibody therapeutic LY-CoV555 and LY-CoV016. Eli Lilly & Co. $210,000,000 for 100,000 doses of Lilly's combination monoclonal antibody therapeutic treatment.


Moderna US $1,650,000,000 for an additional 100 million doses of SARS-CoV-2 mRNA-1273 Moderna vaccine. 




Amentum (DynCorp) $42,000,000 W58RGZ-19-C-0025 for aviation maintenance in Afghanistan and Iraq.


Leidos $10,000,000 for Class V munitions supply support for ammunition stocks accounted for by 1st Sustainment Command, Kuwait City. Mission1st Group Inc. $19,565,839 for network and communications, engineering and installation support in Kuwait. Raytheon $8,220,193 for multinational information sharing services in Kuwait. Vectrus $18,337,000 for food services at the Area Support Group-Kuwait dining facility, Kuwait City.


Leidos $34,115,686 for contractor logistics support for the Afghan Air Force and the Ministry of the Interior's Special Mission Wing, Kabul, Afghanistan.


Vectrus $37,204,978 for base operation and maintenance in Turkey (Incirlik Air Base, Izmir Air Station, and Ankara) and Spain (Morón AB).




Battistella Spa (Italy), Bryan 77 Construction JV (USA), Ske Support Services GMBH (Germany), Sociedad Española de Montajes Industriales SA (Spain), Zafer Taahhut Insaat Ve Ticaret Anonim Sirketi (Turkey) $49,950,000 to for construction in Europe.




Granite-Obayashi JV $41,944,700 to build a standoff weapons complex, Joint Region Marianas-Andersen, Guam: missile maintenance & assembly complex for loading, unloading, transferring, storing, testing, & preparing missiles.




Reservoir International LLC $200,000,000 IDIQ for training support services for Army Special Operations Forces (John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and 1st Special Warfare Training Group) in the vicinity of Camp Mackall, NC.


Technology Service Corp. received an increase of $12,000,000 for the Long Endurance Aircraft program, which “provides aircraft, turrets and spare parts required to support an increased multi-intelligence capability” for SOCOM.




Raytheon $28,954,179 for operation and maintenance services for the relocatable over-the-horizon radar system (ROTHR pdf) in support of the Forces Surveillance Support Center, Chesapeake, VA. 


DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY (DARPA) – Most DARPA work is carried out by corporations, including academic institutions.


BAE Systems $10,667,891 for a DARPA research project. Work in Nashua, NH (54%); Cambridge, MA (28%); Marion, IL (8%); Atlanta, GA (6%); North Billerica, MA (4%).


General Atomics $9,037,064 for research, development, and demonstration of the Longshot for DARPA.


L3Harris $9,966,197 for DARPA Resilient Networked Distributed Mosaic Communications (RN DMC) program, phase 1: R&D and demonstration of distributed coherent communications with an emphasis on developing a bi-directional “mosaic element system” that works with current tactical radios operational waveforms.


Raytheon $7,580,414 for the Airspace TacticaL Automation System (ATLAS) effort supporting DARPA Air Space Total Awareness for Rapid Tactical Execution (ASTARTE) program, phase 1: R&D and demonstration of virtual and live testbed for airspace management systems, a series of algorithms for airspace planning & operations and a sensor network for delivering real-time spatial and temporal tracking of airborne platforms. 


Raytheon $8,377,372 for a DARPA research project. 




Leidos $13,911,950 to support the continued system operation and sustainment services, and test and training services, in support of Saturn Arch program. 


General Dynamics, ManTech, and Northrop Grumman ceiling $4,445,000,000 IDIQ for the Air Force Special Access Program (SAP) security support services effort. Assists the AF cognizant security authority in “oversight of enhanced national security objectives supporting AF SAP interests.”


Crowley Government Services Inc. $25,484,291 for 6 months of operation & maintenance of five Navy ocean surveillance ships USNS Victorious (T-AGOS 19); USNS Able (T-AGOS 20); USNS Effective (T-AGOS 21); USNS Loyal (T-AGOS 22); USNS Impeccable (T-AGOS 23), and missile range instrumentation ships USNS Invincible (T-AGM 24); USNS Howard Lorenzen (T-AGM 25) at sea, worldwide.


Scientific Research Corp. (Atlanta) $95,000,000 IDIQ for Full Spectrum ISR support: “deliver a key decisional advantage to the 16th Air Force/Component Commander and Joint Force Air Component Commander by delivering timely and relevant intelligence data/products to the war fighter.” Most work at Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA)-Lackland, TX.




Verato Inc. $10,200,000 for one year of single employment credit records (background investigation) for Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency (DCSA).


ACADEMIA ­– US academia is part of the US war industry. Faculty and staff often justify this flagrant 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.


Georgia Tech Applied Research Corp. (GTARC) ceiling $998,000,000 IDIQ for Defense Research, Engineering, Science and Technology Development II: continued acquisition of essential engineering, and R&D capability.


University of Toledo $12,500,000 to develop and demonstrate the concept of PV “sheets” (PVS): modular, interconnectable, high-efficiency PV power sources fabricated on low-weight flexible substrates using scalable processing. Study and develop advanced materials, interfaces and electrical contacts for high efficiency and high specific power tandem thin film photovoltaic technologies to achieve lightweight solar sheet technologies that enable specific powers to exceed 1000 W/kg onboard spacecraft self- sensing, attribution and autonomy. One cannot “green” a massive military whose primary purpose, aside from profiting industry, is to utilize fossil fuels (barring nuclear-powered submarines and aircraft carriers) to kill, destroy infrastructure, garrison the globe, open countries to US corporate interests, and snoop on global citizens. But “greening” looks great to rising military officers and PR-friendly congress.


JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35) – It is an understatement to call the F-35 a boondoggle. The Manhattan Project cost about $2 billion in 1945 dollars (roughly $28.4 billion in 2019 dollars). The F-35 burns through that kind of money in any given season. The lead corporation, Lockheed Martin, does not intend to address 162 of the jet’s 883 known design flaws.


Lockheed Martin $17,957,000 for six eCASS units and related equipment, including three self-maintenance and test/calibration operational test program sets and three shore installation kits for US Navy F-35 aircraft. Lockheed Martin $26,825,606 to provide continued support for training system product development, integration and test for current, fielded and planned hardware baselines in support of the F-35 training systems labs.


Raytheon $274,818,000 for material and support equipment for depot maintenance facilities, program administrative labor for non-recurring sustainment activities, mockup engines and modules for test cells, as well as supplies, services, and planning for depot activations regarding F-35 (lot 13) engines for USA.  Raytheon $49,195,531 for 1 conventional take-off and landing and 2 short take-off/vertical landing engines for F-35 (block 4) developmental testing program for USA and non-U.S. DOD participants ($1,083,021). “Non-DOD international partners” and “non-US DOD participants” are international customers, though administratively distinct from FMS.




Bell Boeing Joint Project Office $17,852,939 for 60 MV-22 and 10 CV-22 proprotor hub spring and drive link retrofit kits; and six CV-22 spares kits.


Bell Boeing JPO $10,896,000 for non-recurring engineering services for the conversion area harness aircraft modification. Also procures 72 conversion area harness base retrofit kits, 63 conversion area harness supplemental retrofit kits, and interim spares for US V-22 aircraft.


Bell Boeing JPO $309,584,074 for four CMV-22B variation in quantity aircraft for US Navy. 


Raytheon $14,921,191 to increase the scope and provides updates to the CV-22 mission planning system to support the suite of integrated radio frequency countermeasures. This also “provides capability defect package problem reports in support of the V-22 software support activity.”




L3Harris $45,888,334 for engineering maintenance and repair support for Advanced Self-Protection Jammer AN/ALQ-165, Integrated Defensive Electronic Countermeasures AN/ALQ-214, and aircraft self-protection optimization software in support of F/A-18 aircraft for US Navy and FMS.




Boeing $11,625,734 for engineering services in support of Next Generation Jammer software development. 




Boeing $10,129,437 for installation of the communications network upgrade on 31 E-3 airborne warning and control system aircraft at Tinker AFB, OK.  Aero International LLC $8,034,163 for E-3 power static inverters. 




Raytheon $74,238,334 for 23.4 APY-10 radar system production kits and related support for the P-8A Poseidon aircraft for US Navy and FMS.  Raytheon $32,799,030 for 11 APY-10 radar system production kits for the P-8A Poseidon aircraft for US Navy and Australia. Foreign cooperative project funds allocated are $5,963,460.




Rolls-Royce Corp. $96,932,957 for C-130J engine sustainment at Robins AFB, GA. $1,023,191 was fiscal 2021 SOCOM research, development, test and evaluation funds.




Chromalloy Component Services $74,632,104 to remanufacture the F108-200 (CFM56-2A) low pressure turbine assembly (Module 14) to like-new condition.


MILITARY RESEARCH – A recent report from the Government Accountability Office indicated, “DOD does not know how contractors’ independent R&D projects fit into the department’s technology goals.”


Computational Physics Inc. $17,426,549 for technical and analytical support in the disciplines of physics, astronomy, astrophysics, aerospace, instrumentation and electrical engineering and IT/computer sciences in support of U.S. Naval Observatory.


Frontier Technology Inc. $17,900,000 for the creation and transition of secure, agile, credible and scalable solutions for current and future Air Force, Joint and Coalition Live, Virtual and Constructive (LVC) operational test and training. 


Leidos $68,600,000 IDIQ for R&D to design expendable (ordnance) and directed-energy (signal) countermeasure concepts, in electro-optical and multi-spectrum electro-optical/radio-frequency domains, “in response to an ever-changing missile threat landscape using threat exploitation”; modeling and simulation evaluation; and hardware and field testing. Work at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. The portion in quotation marks is a sound example of how unproven MIC assertions make their way into DOD contracting announcements, justifying high expenditures.


Raytheon $13,208,18 for the Next Generation Air Dominance Enablers technology for the Office of Naval Research: develop fan aerodynamics to provide an ultra-high specific flow fan. Design a number of fan configurations to optimize the aerodynamics providing increased mass flow through the fan while maintaining or improving the efficiency and operability. Configurations will be tested in a scale model facility to validate the designs. Ultimately, this technology will “enable increased thrust production in the same size engine.”


Raytheon $32,853,210 for the Autonomous Swarm/Strike – Loitering Munitions: for the Office of Naval Research, work on Coyote Block 3 Autonomous Strike—a “rapid capability effort to achieve operational launch capability” from unmanned surface vessels (USV) and an unmanned underwater vessel (UUV). To provide intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) and precision strike capability from maritime platforms.


Innovative Scientific Solutions Inc. $44,195,532 IDIQ for the Technical Area 2 portion of Technology for Sustained Supersonic Combustion (TSSC) at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH: development and evaluation of advanced aero propulsion systems and components, airframe structures, internal/external aerodynamics including integration into air vehicles, weapons and launch components with an emphasis on decreasing weigh and evaluating the effect of engine scale to determine operability, durability and performance.


Southwest Research Institute $99,000,000 IDIQ for engineering and research activities related to the degradation of systems and materials due to operational use (“aging”) initiated by external customers, or by Center for Aircraft Structural Life Extension (CAStLE) itself. CAStLE efforts span a wide range of topics related to the aging of systems, including basic design, development and characterization of materials; and design, analysis, development and qualification of structural systems. 


HELICOPTERS – Pertinent news: The Pentagon spent $773 million on helicopter rides for U.S. and coalition personnel & equipment in Afghanistan during September 2017-September 2020, according to DOD’s Inspector General.


Boeing $10,579,798 to integrate, test, upgrade and field functional hardware & software technology improvements and cybersecurity controls, to the Longbow Crew Trainer Generation Four and Generation Five fleets. 


General Electric $21,095,294 for four T408-GE-400 turboshaft spare engines and spare engine parts for CH-53K Lot 5 low rate initial production aircraft. General Electric $8,680,459 for engineering services and engine system improvement support for the T408 engine component improvement program.


Iron Mountain Solutions Inc. $8,233,165 for technical support for the Utility Helicopters Project Office, Huntsville, AL.


Lockheed Martin $19,429,150 for non-recurring engineering, engineering change order, logistics and programmatic support of the Data Transfer Unit and Defensive Electronic Countermeasure System Replacement and ARC-210 program, to replace existing subsystems within the CH-53K production aircraft.


Lockheed Martin $478,605,019 for five Presidential Helicopters Replacement Program (VH-92A) aircraft (lot 3, LRIP) and associated interim contractor support, two cabin interior reconfiguration kits, support equipment, initial spares, and system parts replenishment.


Lockheed Martin Sikorsky $8,591,645 for H-53 retractable landing gear. 


Lockheed Martin Sikorsky $53,869,392 for four UH-60M aircraft.


Raytheon (Delavan Inc. d.b.a. Collins Aerospace) $9,999,999 for T700 aircraft engine fuel injector assemblies. 


Textron Bell $16,180,304 for non-recurring engineering for attack helicopter (AH-Z) and utility helicopter (UH-1): tailboom redesign and fatigue testing.




Ampex Data Systems $9,999,999 IDIQ for telemetric electrical system-supplies and ancillary services: recorders, parts, technical engineering support, upgrades, and the ability for maintenance sustainment of airborne & ground data recorders for the Air Force Test Center at Edwards AFB, CA; Eglin AFB, FL; and other DOD and NASA continental U.S. activities. 


Gichner Systems Group Inc. $57,319,314 IDIQ for up to a maximum quantity of 732 mobile facility shelters used for human habitation as well as permanent equipment storage or operation to support the testing, repairing, and operation of various avionics and non-avionics gear.


Hensel Phelps Construction Co. $66,581,000 to build a new 105,041 ft2 maintenance hangar, Hurlburt Field, FL.


Rohde & Schwarz USA $9,218,160 for kits required to assemble Versatile Diagnostic Automatic Test Station (VDATS). VDATS is a test station with open architecture and virtual modular equipment extensions for instrumentation technology.




Universal Propulsion Co. $30,132,310 IDIQ for engineering, technical, administrative and programmatic management support for total life cycle management of the various aircrew escape systems. Innovative Material Processes LLC $11,737,665 IDIQ for engineering, technical, administrative and programmatic management support for total life cycle management of the various aircrew escape systems managed under the Joint Program Office for Cartridge Actuated Device/Propellant Actuated Device tri-service charter. 




Armtec Countermeasures Co. $24,953,504 for Flare Aircraft Countermeasure M206 and Flare Aircraft Countermeasure MJU-7A/B in Camden, AR.  Kilgore Flares Co. $29,089,992 for Flare Aircraft Countermeasure M206 and Flare Aircraft Countermeasure MJU-7A/B. 




Lockheed Martin $8,333,168 for design, development, integration, test and delivery of AEGIS Advanced Capability Build 20: the Aegis Combat System Engineering Agent (CSEA) develops, integrates, tests and delivers computer program baseline Advanced Capability Builds (ACBs) and supports Technology Insertions - a replacement and/or upgrade of combat system computing hardware and associated middleware/firmware (.pdf).


EXPEDITIONARY FAST TRANSPORT (EPF) – The US 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.


Austal USA $235,000,000 for the detail design and construction of Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF) 15. EPF class “provides high speed, shallow draft transportation capability to support the intra-theater maneuver of personnel, supplies and equipment for the Navy, Marine Corps, and Army.”


LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS) – Some call the LCS a “floating garbage pile.”


Lockheed Martin $14,184,813 for engineering and management services for LCS-21 post shakedown availability. 


Textron $34,381,542 for engineering and technical support for the Unmanned Influence Sweep System (UISS), an Unmanned Surface Vehicle. UISS will allow the LCS “to perform its mine countermeasure sweep mission. UISS will target acoustic, magnetic and magnetic/acoustic combination mine types.”  UISS will “satisfy the Navy’s need for a rapid, wide-area coverage mine clearance capability, required to neutralize magnetic/acoustic influence mines.” 




Walashek Industrial & Marine Inc. $15,002,459 for three Landing Craft, Air Cushion (LCAC) Extended Service Life Extension program (E-SLEP) availabilities by September 2023, extending the service life of an LCAC, sustaining craft capability, repairing corrosion damage, and reducing “life cycle cost by improving reliability and maintainability by repairing the buoyancy box, installing a new skirt, repair/refurbishing machinery, electrical systems, electronics and piping systems as well as accomplishing selected craft alterations” in Camp Pendleton, CA.




Huntington Ingalls Industries $80,245,393 for long lead time material in support of one Amphibious Assault Ship (General Purpose) Replacement (LHA(R)) Flight 1 Ship (LHA 9), the fourth Amphibious Assault Ship Replacement (LHA(R)) America Class and the second LHA(R) Flight 1 variant. 




Huntington Ingalls Industries $36,947,659 for life cycle engineering and support for the LPD-17 class Amphibious Transport Dock Ship program.


NIMITZ-CLASS AIRCRAFT CARRIERS (CVN) – This class of aircraft carrier is plagued with problems.


Huntington Ingalls Industries $2,994,237,224 for USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) Refueling Complex Overhaul. Huntington Ingalls Industries $31,000,000 for supplemental overhaul, modernization, repair and maintenance work for the refueling complex overhaul of USS George Washington (CVN 73). 




BAE Systems $17,576,524 for Virginia-class submarine propulsors.


Cottrell Contracting $9,416,500 for maintenance dredging of Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, Camden County, GA.


Huntington Ingalls Industries $12,500,000 for ongoing repair, maintenance and upgrade efforts on the USS Helena (SSN 725) Dry-Docking Selected Restricted Availability in Newport News, VA.


Huntington Ingalls Industries $13,435,247 for submarine R&D, including studies to support assessments, development, design studies and tests; provide on-site engineering, logistics and technical services; and integrate/incorporate technologies for land-based or at-sea tests/demonstrations.


Lockheed Martin $46,988,174 IDIQ for submarine modernization kits, equipment and installation.  Lockheed Martin $10,000,000 for design, prototyping, and qualification testing for technical insertions (TI-20/TI-22) for AN/BLQ-10 (pdf), which is used for submarine warfare.




Detyens Shipyards $11,510,913 for a 50-calendar day shipyard availability of the fleet oiler USNS John Lenthall (T-AO 189). 


General Electric $15,055,043 for two complete LM2500 Single Shank Turbine High Pressure Turbine kits and three complete LM2500 Paired Blade Turbine HPT kits.


International Flooring and Protective Coatings Inc., Main Industries Inc., Surface Technologies Corp., UHP Projects Inc. $41,425,862 IDIQ to remove old deck covering and underlayment (including rubber base if present), abrasive blast, ultra-high pressure water jet and power tool clean decks; and prepare surfaces, apply primer coatings and install new non-skid deck covering onboard Navy or other military type vessels located primarily within a 50-mile radius of Norfolk, VA.  AMP United LLC, Cabrillo Enterprises Inc., Prime Time Coatings Inc., South Bay Sand Blasting & Tank Cleaning Inc., Surface Technologies Corp. $45,927,252 IDIQ for removal of existing and installation of new non-skid deck covering systems onboard U.S. government waterborne vessels within a 50-mile radius of San Diego, CA.


Metro Machine Corp. $13,150,635 for aircraft carrier ship repair, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility, Bremerton, WA.


Mide Technology Corp. $7,526,978 for Navy bulkhead seals.




DRS $13,957,338 for production of the AN/SPQ-9B radar systems and associated equipment in Largo, FL.




Raytheon $9,632,905 for Navy Rolling Airframe Missile (FY2021, Mod 5) Guided Missile Launching System requirements and spares. Work in Ottobrunn, Germany, (46%); Tucson, AZ (13%); Louisville, KY (13%); St. Petersburg, FL (8%); Huntsville, AL (4%); Berryville, AR (2%); San Diego, CA (2%); Denison, TX (2%); various other U.S. locations, each less than 1% (10% combined).




EPS Corp. $10,017,166 for technical expertise in the development and testing of underwater weapons and underwater weapons systems components. Work in Tinton Falls, NJ (95%); Cagliari, Italy (5%).


Gravois Aluminum Boats LLC $18,629,151 for construction, shipping and item unique item identification and documentation of ten 40-foot patrol boats.


Opal Soft, Inc. $11,979,099 for software support of Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Keyport, WA.


Kaiyuh Services, Maro & Associates, MM Packaging Products, Valor Defense Solutions $10,000,000 IDIQ for wooden container fabrication requirements for development, maintenance, and sustainment of systems, sub-systems, equipment & components. 




Zenetex LLC $32,974,300 IDIQ for liaison services between the Navy Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Program Management Office, NAVSUP Business Support Center, and NAVAIR.




DCS Corp. $10,730,396 to provide services for planning and execution of test efforts for various aircraft and weapons components through Milestone C decision. Includes engineering, design, integration, test and evaluation for developmental and operational test and evaluation efforts associated with modifications to existing commercial-off-the-shelf and non-developmental items in support of the Air Vehicle Test & Evaluation Division for Naval Test Wing Atlantic Command. 


J.F. Taylor Inc. $28,164,077 IDIQ for ship, air and combat integration and identification engineering in support of the Combat Integration & Identification Systems Division of NAWCAD, Webster Outlying Field, MD. 




PSI Pax Inc. $8,746,948 for Air Traffic Control (ATC) systems technical, engineering and management support including landing, approach, area control and expeditionary systems and modeling, simulation, fleet sustainment and integration of ATC systems with future manned and unmanned air combat vehicles in support of NAWCAD, Webster Outlying Field, ATC and Landing Systems Division. 




Booz Allen Hamilton $33,115,147 for engineering, technical, and programmatic support re: networking, communications and computer systems and associated certification & information assurance for current operations, planned upgrades and future capabilities in San Diego, CA (85%); outside the continental U.S. (15%). 


L3Harris $18,480,237 for Commercial Broadband Satellite Program Unit Level Variant (ULV) hardware production units. ULV provides “terminal-to-shore, space and terrestrial connectivity to significantly increase throughput for commercial satellite communications and provide redundancy for military satellite communications.”




BreakPoint Labs LLC $8,328,841 for risk assessment and security engineering services, Vicksburg, MS.


Perspecta ceiling $201,543,314 for Global Content Delivery Services II for the Defense Information Systems Agency Operations Center. Work at government data centers within the continental U.S.; data centers outside the continental U.S.; and other government-approved locations worldwide, “in which the government may acquire an operational responsibility.”


CACI and Tritus Technologies Inc. $34,145,675 IDIQ for various types of sustainment, development and support services for the Procurement Integrated Enterprise Environment Common Operating Environment.




Booz Allen Hamilton $7,698,394 to provide cybersecurity support services to the DOD Chief Information Office. Services include cybersecurity strategy, cybersecurity policy development, defense-wide information assurance, identity assurance, communications security, defense industrial base cyber security, trusted mission systems and networks analysis, architectures, standards and day-to-day security and administration. 


Cyber Systems and Services Solutions $17,765,741 for defensive cyber realization, integration and operational support services at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, TX.


Escal Institute of Advanced Technologies Inc. $9,443,000 to provide training and certifications as required to verify and validate student proficiency in cybersecurity roles.


Invictus International Consulting LLC $97,943,684 for R&D of capabilities in modeling, simulation and testing cyber technologies across the full spectrum of cyber operations to aid the Air Force and the DOD. Will provide “next generation cyber tools and technologies that enhance cyber resiliency and can be rapidly transitioned and integrated to support Cyber Mission Forces.”


SURVICE Engineering Co. $87,800,749 IDIQ for the DOD Information Analysis Center (IAC) Basic Center of Operations: acquisition, storage, retrieval, synthesis, analysis and dissemination of 22 technical focus areas and scientific technical information for the DOD IAC mission. 




Camgian Microsystems Corp. $8,933,496 for artificial intelligence enabled sensor networks.




Tribalco LLC $8,863,183 for support and services to manage the complete life-cycle of the Army Corps of Engineers radio communications mission. 




Arch Chemicals Inc. maximum $26,973,139 IDIQ, for High Purity Hydrazine. 




InDyne Inc. $52,552,505 for management, operation, maintenance and logistical support of Solid State Phased Array Radar Systems (SSPARS) at Beale AFB, CA; Cape Cod Air Force Station (AFS), MA; Clear AFS, AK; Thule Air Base, Greenland; and Royal Air Force Fylingdales, UK.


LinQuest $200,000,000 IDIQ for advisory & assistance services for Space Operations Command, Peterson AFB, CO.


Millennium Engineering & Integration Co. $13,238,371 for systems engineering & integration services for new launch service provider entrant certification at Los Angeles AFB, CA; Vandenberg AFB, CA; and Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, FL.


Serco Inc. $7,681,160 for Ground-based Electro-Optical Deep Space Surveillance system support in Socorro, NM; Maui, Hawai‘i; and Diego Garcia.


SigmaTech Corp. $14,655,755 for the principal assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force for Space Office’s (SAF/SP) systems engineering and technical assistance task order: technical, acquisition-related and support advisory & assistance services.


ViaSat Inc. $50,800,000 IDIQ for studies, design, manufacturing, integration, performance qualification, network space segment elements, launch, flight and demonstration of prototype space systems. Includes development, integration and demonstration with ground terminals in conjunction with the government ground segment to reduce risk and assess performance and functionality for future protected service.




Armorworks Enterprises Inc. $14,488,133 for two Payload Transporter Replacement vehicles for Minuteman III nuclear weapons for Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, Hill AFB, UT.  Northrop Grumman $7,763,422 for Minuteman III Launch Control Center Block Upgrade production for Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, Hill AFB, UT.


Boeing $7,864,000 for FY21/FY22 Trident II (D5) Inertial Navigation equipment technical engineering support services. Work in Huntington Beach, CA (63%); Heath, OH (13%), along with Field Engineering conducted at Puget Sound, WA (4%); Heath, OH (4%); Mitchell Field, NY (4%); Norfolk, VA (4%); Kings Bay, GA (4%); Port Canaveral, FL (2%), and Faslane, Scotland (2%).  Draper Laboratory $207,518,080 for production of MK6 Guidance Equivalent Units for Trident II (D5) nuclear weapons. United Kingdom funds of $3,235,000.  L3Harris $8,203,414 for services and support for Flight Test Instrumentation (FTI) systems for Trident II (D5) nuclear weapons. Some ($944,000) fiscal 2021 United Kingdom funds.




General Dynamics $111,853,284 for MK80 series general purpose tritonal bomb components.

General Dynamics $12,722,355 for MK82-1, MK82-6, MK82-8, MK83-4, MK84-6 and BDU-56/B bomb bodies. 


L3Harris $25,153,211 for M734A1 multi-option fuze for mortars and M783 point detonating/delay fuzes.


Lockheed Martin $8,351,583 for tooling to support production of alternate warheads.


Lockheed Martin $14,908,784 for 4,002 BDU-59B/B laser guided training rounds. 


Lockheed Martin $428,406,732 for 400 Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile – Extended Range missiles with containers, training and production preparation, tooling and test equipment and hardware spares.


Lockheed Martin $205,513,000 for Long Range Anti-Ship Missiles, tooling, and test equipment.


Mnemonics Inc. $48,954,000 for the Receiver Radio Firing Device, Nonelectric Blasting Cap Actuating M17A1 and the Trainer, Receiver, Radio Firing Device, Nonexplosive M85A1. 


Raytheon/Lockheed Martin Javelin JV $18,662,845 for support services for the Javelin. Some FMS (Australia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Indonesia, Ireland, Jordan, Lithuania, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Poland, Taiwan, Turkey, Ukraine).


Raytheon $29,498,008 to develop, test, deliver, and integrate military code capable Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers to be integrated into the recertified Tomahawk for the US Navy. 


Raytheon $53,861,439 for Excalibur Ib projectiles. 




Northrop Grumman $213,400,000 for Joint Counter Radio-Controlled IED Electronic Warfare Increment One Block One (I1B1) dismounted systems, mounted systems, mounted auxiliary kits, operational level spares, depot level spares and engineering support services.




Northrop Grumman $236,941,008 to procure eight Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar (G/ATOR) Gallium Nitride full rate production systems with associated travel and one lot of the initial provisioning package (spares) in support of Program Executive Officer Land Systems, Quantico, VA. 




BAE Systems $183,840,645 for 36 Amphibious Combat Vehicles (ACV)—full rate production—and associated production and fielding and support costs.  BAE Systems $9,571,279 for integration of ACV engineering change proposal for air cooling provisions in 72 full-rate production Lots 1A and 1B ACV personnel variants, ACV command and control variant engineering support in production, non-recurring engineering changes, production costs and fielding and support costs. 


General Dynamics $20,652,845 for Abrams systems technical support. Some FMS to Kuwait.  General Dynamics $25,481,004 to incorporate the Abrams Platform Embedded Training System Gate-To-Live-Fire capabilities and fault insertion language into the current Abrams System Enhancement Package Version 4 program, as well as additional cyber security capabilities and replacement of the Loader's Portable Multifunction Display with the Mounted Family of Computing Systems tablet. 


Oshkosh Defense $61,002,554 for 1,081 Underbody Armor Kit upgrade kits for the Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV).




Olin Winchester LLC $37,141,981 for 5.56mm, 7.62mm and .50 caliber ammunition. 


Ensign-Bickford Aerospace & Defense Co. $47,621,124 for the production, testing, packaging and delivery of M19, M21 and M23 blasting cap assemblies. 




Exxel Outdoors LLC maximum $55,760,612 for three-season sleep systems and components. 


Leading Technology Composites Inc., d.b.a. LTC Inc. maximum $28,542,400 for enhanced side ballistic inserts.


Leidos, FFI Aerospace & Defense, Araiza Co. are sharing $12,000,000 for ram assemblies used on military vessels. 


Point Blank Protective Apparel & Uniform (Puerto Rico) $12,250,000 for Modular Lightweight Load-Carrying Equipment (MOLLE) 4000 rucksack sets for US Army.




Blind Industries & Services of Maryland maximum $11,505,000 IDIQ for wind cold weather jackets for US Army. Federal Prison Industries Inc., d.b.a. UNICOR $21,978,000 for various types of coats for Army and Air Force. 


Knox County Association for Retarded Citizens $11,895,468 IDIQ for undershirts for Army and Air Force.

SNC Manufacturing LLC (Orocovis) maximum $41,007,805 for trousers for the US Army.




ASM Research LLC $49,833,025 for operation and maintenance support for the Army Training Requirements and Resource System.




CAE USA $10,805,962 for F-15E, F-16, and F-22A contract aircrew training and courseware development at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA; Seymour Johnson AFB, NC; Shaw AFB, SC; Tyndall AFB, FL; Nellis AFB, NV; Hill AFB, UT; and Mountain Home AFB, ID.


Delavan Inc. maximum $23,843,460 IDIQ for J-85 engine main spraybars. The J-85 powers the T-38 aircraft, which is used for pilot training.




Brantley Construction Services $16,396,500 for ongoing construction of a multi-mission Surface Combatant Training Facility at Jacksonville, FL. 


Cubic $92,358,797 for Ready Relevant Learning content conversion, to include design, development, test and delivery of modernized courseware training products for the Navy ratings: Fire Control Technician, Master at Arms, Aviation Structural Mechanic, Electronics Technician Navigation, Submarines, Mineman, Information Systems Technician and Aviation Machinist’s Mate. Also prepare & deliver train-the-trainer and course pilot events in support of Relevant Ready Learning for the Navy.


Northrop Grumman $55,466,406 for 18 GQM-163A Coyote Supersonic Sea Skimming Targets (14 for US Navy; 3 for MDA; and 1 for Japan).


Vertex Aerospace $24,514,965 IDIQ to provide contractor owned & operated aircraft to US Navy, FMS, and DOD & other government agencies in support of the Contracted Air Services (CAS) program, which provides airborne threat simulation capabilities to train shipboard and aircraft squadron weapon systems operators and aircrew on how to counter potential enemy electronic warfare and electronic attack operations.




Safran Data Systems [a wholly owned subsidiary of France’s Safran] $45,200,000 IDIQ for intrusion detection system supplies and ancillary services. Provide recorders, parts, technical engineering support, upgrades and the ability to refurbish or repair for the sustainment of airborne data recorders and ground data recorders for the Air Force Test Center at Edwards AFB, CA; Eglin AFB, FL; and other DOD and NASA activities in the continental U.S. 


Serco $38,143,547 task order for worldwide life-cycle sustainment of physical security/access control and command, control, communications, computers and intelligence systems (hardware, firmware, software, cabling) in support of Commander Naval Installation Command’s ATFP program.


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.


Base Utilities Inc. maximum $16,285,037 for additional utility services for two water and two wastewater systems at Grand Forks AFB and Cavalier Air Force Station. 


Dominion Energy South Carolina Inc. $10,758,408 for ownership, operation, and maintenance of the natural gas distribution utility systems at Fort Jackson, SC.


Utility Works JV $70,000,000 IDIQ for architect-engineer services for utilities engineering and management support for NAVFAC worldwide. Work includes, but is not limited to, utility engineering, infrastructure management, operation & maintenance and utility management services; water supply, transmission, treatment and distribution systems; wastewater collection and treatment systems; steam systems; compressed air generation and distribution systems; and natural gas transmission and distribution systems.


“GREEN”ING THE MILITARY – You cannot “green” a massive military whose primary purpose, aside from profiting industry, is to utilize fossil fuels (barring nuclear-powered submarines and aircraft carriers) to kill, destroy infrastructure, garrison the globe, open countries to US corporate interests, and snoop on global citizens. But “greening” looks great to rising military officers and PR-friendly congress.


Concurrent Technologies Corp. $7,932,015 for support services in efforts to meet Marine Corps' energy reliability and resilience requirements for utility distribution systems and various energy security positions supporting headquarters, regions and installations. 




Abbott Rapid DX North America LLC maximum $48,750,000 IDIQ for laboratory supplies.


Lovell Government Services LLC maximum $9,653,838 IDIQ for medical and surgical supplies. 


Mercy Medical Equipment Co. maximum $20,000,000 IDIQ for medical equipment and accessories for DLA electronic catalog.  Metro Medical Equipment and Supply maximum $42,000,000 IDIQ for hospital equipment and accessories for DLA electronic catalog.


Stryker Corp. maximum $89,644,767 IDIQ for cranial and maxillofacial procedural packages and ancillary items.


GlaxoSmithKline LLC ($44,500,800) and Seqirus Inc. ($22,597,772) for the injectable influenza vaccine. 




Comprehensive Health Services, a Caliburn International LLC company $100,000,000 IDIQ to procure Occupational Health and Medical Case Review Support Services for Defense Civilian Personnel Advisory Service (DCPAS). Provide a network of qualified medical providers to deliver occupational health services. May conduct outreach services using mobile vans and outreach staff. 


NIKA Technologies, Health Facilities Solutions, Polu Kai Tidewater, Vali Cooper International, VW International Inc., The Outfit Inc. will compete for each order of the $50,000,000 for medical project support services, facility support services, quantity verification and analysis services, project development support services and commissioning support services. 


Main Building Maintenance Inc. $10,355,594 for medical aseptic housekeeping, waste management and linen management at the Air Force Academy, CO; Buckley AFB, CO; Peterson AFB, CO; Schriever AFB, CO; Beale AFB, CA; Eielson AFB, AK; Elmendorf AFB, AK; Fairchild AFB, WA; Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota; FE Warren AFB, Wyoming; Hill AFB, UT; Malmstrom AFB, Montana; McConnell AFB, KS; Mountain Home AFB, ID; Nellis/Creech AFB, NV; and Offutt AFB, NE.


TFOM HHS Group JV $9,865,349 for medical aseptic housekeeping, waste management and linen management at Cannon AFB, NM; Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ; Dyess AFB, TX; Edwards AFB, CA; Goodfellow AFB, TX; Holloman AFB, NM; Kirtland AFB, NM; Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, TX; Laughlin AFB, TX; Los Angeles AFB, CA; Luke AFB, AZ; JBSA, TX; Sheppard AFB, TX; and Vandenberg AFB, CA.


Titan Facility Services LLC $10,378,274 FA8052-18-C-000913 for medical aseptic housekeeping, waste management and linen management for the Air Force Medical Service at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas; Barksdale AFB, LA; Keesler AFB, MS; Eglin AFB, FL; Hurlburt Field AFB, FL; MacDill AFB, FL; Tyndall AFB, FL; Patrick AFB, FL; Charleston AFB, SC; Shaw AFB, SC; Moody AFB, GA; Robins AFB, GA; Columbus AFB, MS; Altus AFB, OK; Tinker AFB, OK; and Vance AFB, OK.


Valor Network Inc. $73,532,325 IDIQ to provide professional diagnostic radiology interpretive services to the Military Health System (MHS). 




Archer Western Federal JV $205,442,643 to build a 916-car parking structure and a new spinal cord injury/community living center in San Diego, CA.


Covalus LLC, Holitna Construction LLC, Martek Global Solutions LLC, Workplace Solutions Inc. $495,000,000 to support military healthcare construction/renewal projects.


URS-SmithGroup JV $13,467,801 for architect-engineer designer of record construction phase services for the Department of Veteran Affairs Medical Center at Louisville, KY.


FUEL & ENERGY – The US Armed Forces consume more fossil fuels than any other organization in the world.


BPPNA GOT/IST ($223,310,230); Petromax Refining ($211,806,891); ExxonMobil ($114,876,540); Valero ($95,190,177); Phillips 66 ($71,492,582); Placid Refining Co. LP ($60,344,016); Calumet Shreveport Fuels ($30,297,760); Wynnewood Energy ($29,720,458); Alon USA LP ($27,802,354); Husky Marketing & Supply ($26,701,080); Hunt Refining Co. ($25,394,700); BP ($13,729,650); Tesoro ($11,648,060); Hermes Consolidated d.b.a. Wyoming Refining Co. ($11,374,500); Epic Aviation ($10,324,202); Marathon Petroleum Co. ($8,926,717); Lazarus Energy Holdings ($8,239,759) IDIQ for fuel. 


Chevron U.S.A. Inc. estimated $8,308,580 for lubricants.


KBR estimated $38,110,000 IDIQ for automated fuel handling equipment maintenance in USA, Greenland, Japan, and Spain.




American Petroleum Tankers $16,479,750 for support of the Department of DLA Energy aboard the M/V Evergreen State.




Virginia International Terminals LLC $15,408,182 for stevedoring and related terminal services at the Ports of Virginia: Norfolk International Terminals; Hampton Roads Harbor; Portsmouth Marine Terminal; and Newport News Marine Terminal.




Moran Towing Corp. $14,962,488 to support MSC Service Support program for charter services of 8 tugboats (capable of ship handling, docking and undocking in the Norfolk, VA, harbor and surrounding waters).




Travis Association for the Blind of Austin $22,942,163 for warehousing, storage, logistics and distribution functions. 


ENVIRONMENTAL – The US military is the single greatest institutional polluter in the world (in terms of carbon pollution, particulates, nuclear waste, runoff, etc.). The Pentagon hires Corporate America to remediate a fraction of the military’s pollution.


Association of Consultants & Engineers maximum $30,000,000 IDIQ for multi-media environmental compliance services, with an emphasis on storm water, wastewater and drinking water for NAVFAC D.C.




Global Connections to Employment Inc. $13,868,343 for full food services and mess attendant services in support of Commander, Navy Region Southeast.  The Merchants Foodservice maximum $86,100,000 for full-line food distribution.  OFD Foods LLC maximum $10,545,930 for dehydrated meat and gravy items.  Sodexo Management Inc. $9,521,236 for in-store delicatessen and bakery resale operations to include sushi, where applicable, for 22 commissaries located in the Defense Commissary Agency’s East Area locations.  US Foods maximum $114,700,000 for full-line food distribution.  


BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT SERVICES (BOSS) - BOSS typically includes some combination of the following services: custodial, electrical, fire & emergency services, grounds maintenance, janitorial services, management & administration, pavement clearance, pest control, public safety, vehicles & equipment service, waste management, wastewater. Security is sometimes included. This work was once done by the troops, prior to the Pentagon’s full adoption of neoliberal economic policies.


ASRC Federal Field Services $21,654,522 for base operation support services at Vance AFB, OK.


Coastal Enterprises of Jacksonville Inc. $8,333,224 for grounds maintenance at Camp Lejeune and outlying locations. 


DSC Inc. $10,214,389 for base operation support services at NAS Patuxent River.


Invicta Global LLC $14,600,550 IDIQ for base operating support services at installations in NAVFAC Washington: Bethesda, MD (40%); D.C. (40%); Indian Head, MD (10%); Dahlgren, VA (10%).


Melwood Horticultural Training Center $19,007,322 IDIQ for custodial, recycling and grounds maintenance support at federal installations within a 100-mile radius of the National Capitol Region: various installations in D.C.; Quantico, VA; Dahlgren, VA; Indian Head, MD; Patuxent River, MD; and Bethesda, MD. 


Pride Industries $17,621,657 for base operations support services at Fort Rucker, AL.


Skookum Educational Programs $7,731,320 for custodial services at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA.




Akima Support Operations $12,380,479 for support for the Enhanced Army Global Logistics Enterprise at Fort Hood.


Westech International Inc. $58,805,487 for data collection, data management, logistical support for operational test events and field test support for the Army.


CONSULTING – A January 2015 report noted that trimming some outsourced administrative waste would have saved roughly $125 billion over five years. The Pentagon leadership (many of whom come from leadership positions in US war corporations) buried the report, fearing Congress might use it to cut the Pentagon’s budget.


Boston Consulting Group (BCG) $12,444,857 IDIQ for the Naval Sustainment System – Shipyard Initiative: improve performance in all four public naval shipyards by increasing throughput, reducing ship maintenance costs, and shortened durations for ship maintenance availabilities.


Kearney & Company $9,007,187 for the Secretary of the Air Force/Financial Management Office’s (SAF/FM) workforce development: strategic & tactical functional expertise; workforce development program planning, implementation & sustainment; financial analysis support; administration and executive support; training and education development; general accounting training and support; and corporate support to SAF/FM.


RAND Corp. $417,029,578 IDIQ for research, studies and provide analytical services to support international security and defense policy; acquisition and technology policy; forces and resources policy; cyber and intelligence policy; and Navy and Marine forces. The deputy undersecretary for acquisition & sustainment “requires this support to assist senior leaders” within the sponsor community of the Office of the Secretary of Defense, The Joint Staff, Unified Combatant Commands, Navy, Marine Corps, and other defense and non-defense agencies “to make informed policy decisions on national security issues.” Support also “enables sponsors to maintain a continuous integrated research program focused on high-priority, mid-to-long term policy issues, which directly align to the National Defense Strategy.”


RAND Corp. $12,623,000 for studies & analyses for the following offices under this task order: Office of the Under Secretary of Defense Personnel & Readiness; Office of Personnel Management; The Joint Staff J7; U.S. European Command; Defense Security Cooperation Agency; Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment; Naval Air Systems Command; Office of Net Assessment; Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering; and the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy. Studies & analyses will assist these offices in making informed decisions on a variety of national security and policy issues. 


Systems Planning and Analysis Inc. $34,891,509 to support to the Office of Industrial Policy in carrying out its mission to ensure robust, secure, resilient and innovative industrial capabilities within the DOD. Provide program support for the Defense Production Act Titles I and III, Industrial Base Assessments, Industry Engagement/Outreach and Strategic Communications and Business Intelligence and Analytics.


Wilson Perumal & Co. $25,000,000 to support Army Materiel Command to evaluate the readiness and efficiency of depot/arsenal operations.




17 project management firms, including AECOM, Jacobs, Parsons, Tetra Tech collectively awarded $2,000,000,000 IDIQ for architect & engineering services supporting Air Force worldwide infrastructure design & construction.




AXIS GeoSpatial LLC $16,000,000 for photogrammetric and light detection and ranging surveying and mapping. 


Carbro Constructors Corp. $7,773,175 to build flood-control measures for Green Brook Segment C1, Middlesex, NJ.


Coastal Contractors Inc. $9,450,839 for flood control of the Comite River, Baton Rouge, LA.  North Wind Construction Services $8,692,015 for a storm damage risk reduction system in Norco, LA.


Continental Heavy Civil Corp. $37,348,064 for beach renourishment, Dania Beach, FL.


Resource Management Associates Inc. $11,000,000 for hydrologic and hydraulic computer programming.


Syblon Reid $7,621,699 to replace Pumping Plant 4 and other construction re: Natomas Reach D levee project, Sacramento, CA.


MAINLAND CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING – Military construction physically lays the foundation that expands and extends the permanent warfare state. An added bonus for the Pentagon and the U.S. war industry is how this construction activity effectively co-opts construction workers within the working class, making them feel like they’re on the same team as the troops. It is a very powerful narcotic.


Acierto LLC, Farr West, Amplified Industrial Inc., Polu Kai Tidewater JV, Trinity Builders LLC, V Lopez Jr & Sons will compete under a total $9,200,000 for infrastructure repair requirements at Beale AFB, CA. 


Ahtna Global LLC $7,697,582 to build a modular small arms range in Klamath Falls, OR, home to the Air National Guard Base called Kingsley Field.


Fugro USA Land Inc., Professional Service Industries Inc., Eustis Engineering LLC, QRI-Tetra Tech JV will compete for each order of the $20,000,000 for geotechnical field exploration and laboratory testing.


Garco Construction $15,976,000 to repair fuel hydrant systems at Fairchild AFB, WA. 


Harper Construction Co. $42,661,879 to build a division operations complex at Camp Pendleton. 


Julius Kaaz Construction Co. $8,544,534 for various concrete repairs and modernization for Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.


MGS Construction Services Inc. $25,000,000 IDIQ for roofing projects at various government installations such as Naval Support Activity Monterey, Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake; and NAS Lemoore, CA. 


MPR Associates Inc. $90,000,000 for construction and engineering services to support the development of various projects within or assigned to the USACE Huntington District.


S&E Services Inc. $11,549,400 for revitalizing 12 buildings at Camp Buckner.


WEB LLC $11,605,437 to renovate an aircraft maintenance hangar and the construction of an addition to the hangar located at Homestead Air Reserve Base, FL.


Birdi Systems Inc., 3 Territory Solutions LLC, Comprehensive Professional & Proposal Services, Futron Inc., Evergreen Fire Alarms LLC, EXP Federal Inc., M.C. Dean Inc., Spectrum Solutions Inc., Shearer & Associates Inc., Chinook Systems Inc. will compete for each order under an overall $49,000,000 to provide technical and programmatic support services, USACE Huntsville, AL.


Contrack Watts Inc., Manson Construction Co., Nova Group Inc., R.E. Staite Engineering Inc., The Dutra Group, Triton Marine Construction Group, Western Marine Construction Inc., McMillen LLC, $240,000,000 IDIQ for construction projects, located primarily within NAVFAC Northwest. For example, Contrack Watts Inc. $6,056,000 to build replacement structure piles for the EHW at Naval Base Kitsap Bangor. 


ACTS-Meltech JV1 LLC, Athena Construction Group Inc., Cremer Global Services Inc., Encon Desbuild JV2 LLC, HSU EGI JV LLC, Matos Builders LLC, New Dominion Construction LLC, Signature Renovations LLC, Trinity USA Contracting Inc. combined $30,000,000 for facility repairs and renovations in multiple buildings, trailers and labs in Dahlgren, VA (85%); Wallops Island, VA (5%); Virginia Beach, VA (5%); D.C. (5%).




Dean Marine & Excavating Inc., Geo. Gradel Co., Great Lakes Dock & Materials LLC, The King Co. Inc., Luedtke Engineering Co., MCM Marine Inc., Morrish-Wallace Construction Inc., Roen Salvage Co. shared a $130,000,000 for dredging/construction services within the Great Lakes and Ohio River division.


Cianbro Corp. $20,850,000 for dredging to support multi-mission Dry Dock #1 extension at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, ME.


Pine Bluff Sand & Gravel Co. $16,620,400  for maintenance dredging in New Orleans and Black Hawk, LA.


Weeks Marine Inc. $11,791,200 for maintenance dredging of the Southwest Pass of the Mississippi River from Baton Rouge to the Gulf of Mexico. 



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Christian Sorensen is an author and an independent journalist. His work focuses on the U.S. war industry. Sorensen (@cp_sorensen) is the author of Understanding the War Industry and a Senior Fellow at the Eisenhower Media Network (EMN).