Hundreds of corporations, big and small, comprise the U.S. war industry. Nonstop war is a very profitable racket. What follows are the contracts issued during June 2023.



FOREIGN MILITARY SALES (FMS)The two main ways that the U.S. war industry sells weaponry to foreign governments are foreign military sales (FMS) and direct commercial sales (DCS). In FMS, the U.S. government acts as the intermediary between the corporation and the foreign government.  DCS are negotiated privately between foreign governments and U.S. corporations. The State Department’s Bureau of Political-Military Affairs is in charge of issuing the export licenses for DCS. The U.S. war industry leads the world in arms sales. It pitches such sales as advantageous to the Pentagon in terms of economies of scale, i.e. sales to other countries bring down the price per unit.


RTX, Tucson, Arizona, for AIM-9X missile production (lot 23) requirements. FMS portion is $100,092,700. See contract announcement for number of missiles, containers, and parts. Work in North Logan, Utah (28.09%); Tucson, Arizona (21.64%); Linthicum Heights, Maryland (18.88%); Minneapolis, Minnesota (11.46%); Marietta, California (8.42%); Saint Albans, Vermont (7.75%); Ann Arbor, Michigan (1.44%); Warrington, Pennsylvania (1.22%); and various locations outside contiguous U.S., or CONUS (1.1%).


Lockheed Martin, Orlando, Florida, $74,000,000 for FMS (unspecified): allow non-source directed countries and operational training capability for FMS F-16 Block 70/72, F-16 upgrades and F-16V models when country-specific technical orders are not available prior to aircraft delivery. Task orders support FMS international F-16 training. Work in Orlando, Florida, and several locations outside continental U.S.


Lockheed Martin, Fort Worth, Texas, $22,895,000 for “on-site [Hill AFB, Utah] proficiency training and advice to elevate the technical skill and abilities of personnel responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Lockheed Martin equipment/systems [F-16 aircraft] …” Involves FMS support to Bahrain, Chile, Egypt, Indonesia, Jordan, Morocco, Oman, Pakistan, Taiwan, Thailand, and Turkey. Later corrected to be awarded on 29 June 2023.


L3Harris, Greenville, Texas, $24,429,466 for FMS (unspecified): aircraft modification, installation, test, and data… to deliver a fully modified aircraft.


Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky), Stratford, Connecticut, $51,108,506 for FMS (unspecified): field service representative for UH-60M “Black Hawk” helicopters.


DRS Laurel Technologies, Johnstown, Pennsylvania for Consoles, Displays, and Peripherals Technical Insertion 16 hardware in support of the Navy’s Future Surface Ship Combat Systems. Some FMS to Canada ($3,757,379).


Lockheed Martin, Moorestown, New Jersey, for AEGIS development and test sites operation and maintenance. Involves some FMS to Japan $3,256,810; South Korea $2,332,694; Australia $1,264,101; Norway $232,407; Spain $10,542.


RTX, Tucson, Arizona, $449,087,548 for Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile (AMRAAM) production (missiles, telemetry system, spares, and other production engineering support activities), lot 37, to Bahrain, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Finland, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Ukraine, and UK.




AeroVironment Inc., Simi Valley, California, $18,861,420 for FMS (unnamed): Switchblade drones. Previous modifications on this contract have involved FMS to the UK (16 Mar 2021) and Ukraine (6 May 2022).


Northrop Grumman, Huntsville, Alabama, $19,707,310 for FMS (Poland): the Distributed Interactive Simulation based Systems Integration Laboratory. Work in Poland.




Amentum (d.b.a. DynCorp), Fort Worth, Texas, $31,079,358 for FMS (Saudi Arabia): maintenance support services for Saudi Arabia's aviation program. Work in Saudi Arabia.

Lockheed Martin, Dallas, Texas, $17,633,652 (from $1,060,802,488, to $1,078,436,140) for FMS (Saudi Arabia): procure and install one General-Purpose Electronics Test Station (GETS) and eight Test Program Sets (TPS), with associated spares. Also provide technical support. Work primarily in Dallas, Texas, and Sunnyvale, California, for MDA.


Northrop Grumman, Fort Worth, Texas, $13,561,913 (from $33,031,313 to $46,593,226) for FMS (Iraq): contractor logistics support of Iraq's C-172 and C-208 fleets at Balad Air Base, Iraq.




Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, Virginia, $20,652,990 for FMS (Pakistan): Technical Security Team support services (program management, technology security support, food services, and facilities management support) in Pakistan.




Aviation Systems Engineering Co. (ASEC), Lexington Park, Maryland, $8,764,670 for FMS (South Korea): assistance (engineering, technical, and logistics) to operate & maintain Boeing P-8A aircraft systems in U.S. and South Korea. Includes training to incorporate the mission systems desktop trainer (MSDT) and flight management systems trainer (FMST). Work in Jacksonville, Florida.


General Dynamics, Taunton, Massachusetts, $14,287,601 for FMS (Taiwan): logistics services. Work in Taipei.




Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, New Jersey, $24,499,997, for work to establish “a pilot program to target critical skills gaps, develop curricula, assess DOD civilian workforce needs, and create approaches for student engagement in the areas of acquisition, digital technologies, critical technologies, science, engineering, finance, and other occupations.” This research is congressionally mandated under fiscal 2023 NDAA Section 833: Modifications to Defense Civilian Training Corps (see p. 319). Work at Stevens Institute of Technology (Hoboken, NJ) and Information Sciences Institute at University of Southern California (Marina del Ray, CA).


CONSULTING – Consulting firms, such as McKinsey, Boston Consulting Group, and Deloitte, have flocked to military contracting in recent years.


Avantus Federal LLC, McLean, Virginia, $11,372,323 for “executive-level office management services (OMSS) to all offices in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy (OUSD(P))” at the Pentagon. Services include “office management, calendar and schedule management, travel planning and processing, correspondence management, human resource management, security support, resource management, and event support.”


Analytic Services Inc., Falls Church, Virginia, $13,905,506 for technical and analytical program support of the Chemical and Biological Defense Program within the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Defense Programs (DASD/CBS). Services “leverage an integrated approach to perform oversight of research, development, and acquisition of enhanced countermeasures against emerging threats through innovative science and technology solutions [“solutions” is industry jargon for “goods and services”] for detection, protection, decontamination, and medical countermeasures.” Work at the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia.


Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, Virginia, $28,805,119 to assess energy vulnerabilities, define requirements for energy resilience projects, and identify third-party funding sources for energy resilience and security projects. Work in Arlington, Virginia.


Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, Virginia, $76,642,088 for technical services to “address wholeness gaps” and manpower, personnel, training, and education issues across operational level of war (OLW)/maritime operations center activities. Work for Naval Information Forces in Virginia: Suffolk (90%) and locations within a 50-mile commuting radius of Hampton Roads (10%).


SAIC, Reston, Virginia, $18,124,032 for strategic plans and policy support: technical, analytical, operational, programmatic and planning support for Headquarters Air Force A10, and its component branches, as well as Integrated Air and Missile Defense Branch missions. Work in D.C., Hawaii, and Germany.




Deloitte & Touche LLP, Arlington, Virginia, $12,210,392, for information support services to Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller), Other Defense Organizations Audit Remediation, and Sustainment (OARS). Provide corrective action plans in support of the U.S. military eventually attaining unmodified consolidated audit opinions re: financial statements and information systems. Work in Virginia (the Pentagon, the Mark Center, and contractor’s office).




Boeing (Insitu), Bingen, Washington, $31,955,872 for hardware for drones (RQ-21A Blackjack and ScanEagle) for USA and FMS. Includes four RQ-21A air vehicles; 20 ScanEagle air vehicles; and 62 ScanEagle payloads and turrets; as well as various support equipment, spares and sustainment spares. Work in Bingen, Washington (88%); and various locations outside the U.S. (12%).


General Atomics, Poway, California, $8,348,999 (contract now at $58,110,985) for the off board sensing station… increases the cost ceiling “to provide for a cost overrun in support of the design, development, and flight demonstration in an open architecture aircraft concept to achieve the goals of rapid time-to-market and low acquisition cost.”


Textron, Hunt Valley, Maryland, $144,101,966 for technical, engineering, scientific, and logistical services.




General Dynamics, Quincy, Massachusetts, $11,817,904 for an equitable adjustment to Knifefish retrofit performance (Block 0 to Block 1). Work in Quincy (75%); and Braintree (5%), Massachusetts; and Reston, Virginia (20%).


RTX, Portsmouth, Rhode Island, $25,487,087 for Barracuda mine neutralization systems. Work in Portsmouth, Rhode Island (98%); and McAlester, Oklahoma (2%).




Amentum, Chantilly, Virginia, $9,146,733 for aviation maintenance in Kuwait and USA (Fort Campbell, Kentucky).


Amentum, Chantilly, Virginia, $15,804,368 for aviation maintenance  in Iraq, Germany, and USA (Fort Campbell, Kentucky).


Pond-Baker JV, Norcross, Georgia, $24,000,000 for architect-engineer services to support master planning in U.S. Central Command.


Cox General Trade, Juffair, Bahrain (W519TC-23-D-0032); KGL Transportation Co., Shuwaikh, Kuwait (W519TC-23-D-0033); Rehal International Transport Co., Sharq, Kuwait (W519TC-23-D-0034); Readiness Management Support, Panama City Beach, Florida (W519TC-23-D-0035); Al Jazy Shipping & Forwarding Co., Amman, Jordan (W519TC-23-D-0030), $248,081,000, for line haul, heavy lift, material-handling equipment and personnel transportation services.


Jacobs, D.C.; HKS Inc., Dallas, Texas; M. Arthur Gensler & Associates Inc., D.C.; Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, D.C.; WSP USA Solutions Inc., D.C.; and Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum PC, D.C.; $700,000,000 for architecture-engineer design services for USACE, Middle East District, Winchester, Virginia.


AICI-Archirodon Construction Co. Ltd. JV, McLean, Virginia; Al Hamra Kuwait WLL, Kuwait City; Dogus Construction and Trade Co., Sariyer, Turkey; Gilbane Federal- Yuksel Insaat A.S. JV, Concord, California; MVL Saudi Builders Group, Lansing, Michigan; and Perini Management Systems Inc., Framingham, Massachusetts; $449,000,000, for design build, design-bid-build, site adapt, and operation construction activities in the Middle East.




Peraton, Herndon, Virginia, $17,247,304 for IT services and support, Wiesbaden-Erbenheim, Germany.




Palantir, Palo Alto, California, $19,200,000 for a Data-as-a-Service Platform in support of North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD)/ Northern Command (NORTHCOM) re: planning and operations for Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2).




Amentum (d.b.a. PAE), Arlington, Virginia, $23,073,877 for more base operations support at MCAS Iwakuni, Japan.


Schuyler Line Navigation Co., Annapolis, Maryland, $14,005,909 for one year the self-sustaining combination container breakbulk vessel which will transport containerized cargo, refrigerated containers, flatracks, breakbulk, hazardous cargo, and rolling stock in support of scheduled supply from DLA facilities in Singapore to Diego Garcia.


Metron Inc., Reston, Virginia, $31,872,180 for an integrated Mission Planning System for the Joint Force. Includes a 10-month base period for a risk reduction effort starting in 2023. Work in Reston, Virginia (94%); Honolulu, Hawaii (3%); San Diego (1%), Oceanside, California (1%); Okinawa, Japan (1%).


GHD-COWI, JV, San Diego, California, $18,853,328 for initial architect-engineer designs to support fiscal 2025 and 2026 Navy construction projects in Malakal Port in Palau, and Yap Port, Yap, Micronesia. Work in San Diego, California.




L3Harris, Rochester, New York, $246,400,000 for tactical radios, ancillary parts (e.g., amplifiers, cables, mounts), test sets and test stations, and radio repair for Air Force Tactical Air Control Party (TACP). L3Harris “is the original equipment manufacturer of the required radios and the only company who can perform the required repairs.”


Palantir, Palo Alto, California, $463,000,000, to provide the ability for Program Executive Office (PEO) SOF Digital Applications (SDA) programs to bring in the “best of breed technology offerings provided by Palantir into the Modular Open System Approach…”


Parry Labs LLC, Alexandria, Virginia, $49,000,000 (ceiling), for integration and testing support, including development of design and test planning/documentation for Airworthiness Review approval for aircraft modifications in support of SOCOM.


MCP Computer Products, San Marcos, California, $14,347,187 for Dell laptops and associated equipment in support of SOCOM AT&L Program Executive Office Command, Control, Computers and Communications (PEO C4 pdf here).  Blue Tech Inc., San Diego, California, $19,894,967 for VMWare Server Virtualization & Virtualization Environment Management Software perpetual licenses with a 12-month period of performance. For SOCOM Special Operations Forces Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics PEO C4.


ACC Construction, Augusta, Georgia, $16,005,395, for construction of a Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) operations facility annex at Fort Liberty (formerly Fort Bragg), North Carolina.




Estudios, Edificaciones e Interventorias en Ingenieria EEII SAS, Bogota, Colombia; Empresa de Construccion y Transporte ETERNA SA de CV, San Pedro Sula, Honduras; Serrano Proano Diseno y Construccion, Quito, Ecuador; KGN Support Services LLC, Fort Worth, Texas; S&B Infrastructure LTD, Houston, Texas; Relyant Global LLC, Maryville, Tennessee; and Servicios Y Obras Seobra SAS, Bogota, Colombia; $49,000,000, for design and build construction in South America and Panama.




CWU Inc., Tampa, Florida, $56,564,827 for linguist support services in Augusta, Georgia; San Antonio, Texas; Fort Meade, Maryland; and Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo.


L3Harris, Greenville, Texas, $8,148,708 for electronic intelligence (ELINT) software and hardware for manned and unmanned aircraft re: detection, collection, characterization, and reporting of “emerging ELINT threats.”


Maxar Solutions Inc., Ypsilanti, Michigan, $19,955,900 for Red Wing accelerated processing, exploitation, and dissemination (PED) software. Improve “the portability and flexibility of the architecture and deploying it across multiple domains, including various security domains and remote/edge environments.” To be achieved by “integrating with external storage segments, integrating new data sources and visualization services, developing new algorithmic capabilities, and delivering robust algorithm characterizations to inform user expectations.” “Various architecture and algorithm trade studies will inform the optimal course of action.” Aims “to improve interoperability across traditionally disparate systems by providing geospatial intelligence analysts with a robust PED environment that supports evolving mission needs.” Will also update the National System of Geospatial Intelligence sensor independent standards to keep pace with the myriad of new sensors. Work in Ypsilanti, Michigan, for AFRL.




ECS Federal, Fairfax, Virginia, $60,158,458 for R&D of novel approaches to artificial intelligence.




Applied Research Associates Inc., Albuquerque, New Mexico, $49,999,999 to support R&D producing hardware and software prototypes.


GrammaTech Inc., Ithaca, New York, $9,847,104, for the Matured, Enhanced Total Platform Cyber Protection (TPCP) technologies for Improved Security (METIS) effort, which aims to “build a fleet of relevant tools and capabilities based on university performers initial proofs of concept…”


Kratos Southern Research Engineering Division (SRE), San Diego, California, $8,626,277 for thermo-mechanical, high-heat/high-sheer reentry material testing for U.S. Navy (60%) and FMS (UK). Work in Birmingham, Alabama.


Peraton, Herndon, Virginia, $8,905,246 for R&D re: operational access to oceanographic capabilities via fundamental understanding of “natural marine and geophysical phenomena.” Work at a detachment of Naval Research Laboratory’s (NRL) Ocean Sciences Division at John C. Stennis Space Center, Mississippi.


Spectranetix Inc., Sunnyvale, California, $9,049,716 (extending expected completion date from 18 March 2024 to 1 Nov 2024) to develop, integrate, and demonstrate a Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) Modular Open Suite of Standards (CMOSS) / Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) aligned with implementation of the Navy's Enabling Dynamic Operational Radio Frequency. This is marketed as work on CMOSS/SOSA “Node Based Resilient Networking and Electronics Warfare Orchestration at the Edge”. Spectranetix is also to build relevant Electronic Warfare Operating Kit (EWOK) enabled sensor nodes and demonstrate EWOK’s cyber-resilient networking and orchestration architecture.


National Aerospace Solutions LLC (comprised of Bechtel, Sierra Lobo, Chugach, and nLogic), Arnold AFB, Tennessee, $192,887,036 for year seven of test operations, technology development, equipment and facility sustainment, capital improvements, and some support services, Arnold Engineering Development Complex, Arnold AFB, Tennessee.


Hensel Phelps, Bellevue, Washington, $103,157,000 to build a research facility in Pullman, Washington.


Adams Communications & Engineering Technology, Reston, Virginia; Alion Science & Technology Corp., McLean, Virginia; BAE Systems Technology Solutions & Services Inc., Rockville, Maryland; Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, Ohio; Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, Virginia; CACI, Chantilly, Virginia; SAIC, Reston, Virginia; Georgia Tech Applied Research Corp., Atlanta, Georgia; Leidos, Reston, Virginia; ManTech TSG-2 JV, Herndon, Virginia; RTX, Tucson, Arizona; Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas; Amentum, Chantilly, Virginia; KBR, Lexington Park, Maryland; Agile Innovative Solutions JV, Warminster, Pennsylvania; Barbaricum LLC, D.C.; SERCO Inc., Herndon, Virginia; Delta Constellation Group LLC, Alexandria, Virginia; Data Systems Analysis Inc., Feasterville Trevose, Pennsylvania; Centauri, Chantilly, Virginia; Naval Systems Inc., Lexington Park, Maryland; Sonalysts Inc., Waterford, Connecticut; Systems Planning and Analysis-Envisioneering LLC, Alexandria, Virginia; Varen Technologies Inc., Columbia, Maryland; Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, Ohio; MRIGlobal, Kansas City, Missouri; and Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas; combined $20,000,000,000 through 29 Sep 2027 for research and development for the DOD Information Analysis Center under the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC).


Sigmatech Inc., Huntsville, Alabama; Radiance Technologies Inc., Huntsville, Alabama; Strategos Consulting LLC, San Diego, California; Raven Defense Corp., Albuquerque, New Mexico; Cummings Aerospace Inc., Huntsville, Alabama; Decibel Research Inc., Huntsville, Alabama; Oaklea Simpson Security LLC, Westminster, Maryland; Millennium Space Systems Inc., El Segundo, California; Altagrove LLC, Herndon, Virginia; GaN Corp., Huntsville, Alabama; Modern Technology Solutions Inc., Alexandria, Virginia; CFD Research Corp., Huntsville, Alabama; Trident Research LLC, Austin, Texas; Saab Inc., East Syracuse, New York; Applied Research Associates Inc., Albuquerque, New Mexico; Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, Virginia; Intuitive Research and Technology Corp., Huntsville, Alabama; Kratos, San Diego, California; IERUS Technologies Inc., Huntsville, Alabama; Solytics LLC, Huntsville, Alabama; Wavelink Inc., Huntsville, Alabama; AI Signal Research Inc., Huntsville, Alabama; Georgia Tech Applied Research Corp., Atlanta, Georgia; Dynetics Inc., Huntsville, Alabama; Technology Security Associates Inc., California, Maryland; Rogue Industries LLC, Fort Walton Beach, Florida; Laulima Systems LLC, Charlottesville, Virginia; LinQuest Corp., Los Angeles, California; Colsa Corp., Huntsville, Alabama; Solutions Through Innovative Technologies Inc., Fairborn, Ohio; FAAC Inc., Ann Harbor, Michigan; Alion Science and Technology Corp., McLean, Virginia; Jacobs, Tampa, Florida; Serco, Herndon, Virginia; PeopleTec Inc., Huntsville, Alabama; Signalink Inc., Madison, Alabama; Integration Innovation Inc., Huntsville, Alabama; Nou Systems Inc., Huntsville, Alabama; Templar LLC, Richmond, Indiana; Aegis Aerospace Inc., Houston, Texas; Torch Technologies Inc., Huntsville, Alabama; Yulista Integrated Solutions LLC, Huntsville, Alabama; EH Group Inc., Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Calspan Corp., Buffalo, New York; Advanced Strategic Insight Inc., McLean, Virginia; Flight Test & Mechanical Solutions Inc., Huntsville, Alabama, $999,950,435, for research, development, test and evaluation of weapon systems, subsystems, and components. Also for the “development and integration of highly specialized technologies necessary to meet DOD test user systems under test and facilities needs for developmental test and operational test capabilities.”




LMR Technical Group LLC, Fort Walton Beach, Florida, $19,928,000 for the “Optimizing the Human Weapon System”: continued support services (active duty, Air National Guard, Air Force Reserve) to increase the physical capacity of fighter aircrew, decrease the rate of injuries, and accelerate return to duty. Aims to “optimize physical performance targeting neck and back pain prevention while monitoring, analyzing, and resolving physical readiness concerns.” Work at multiple bases across the Air Combat Command, Pacific Air Forces, and U.S. Air Force Europe – Air Force Africa.


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


General Atomics, Poway, California, $82,582,131 for Phase III of the LongShot program. Work in Poway, California (62%); Adelanto, California (15%); Mukilteo, Washington (6%); Detroit, Michigan (5%); Tucson, Arizona (4%); Tulsa, Oklahoma (3%); Buffalo, New York (2%); Yuma Proving Grounds, Arizona (1%); Dugway Proving Grounds, Utah (1%); and Sedro-Woolley, Washington (1%).


SRI International, Menlo Park, California, $11,355,191 for continued development and customization of Automated Synthesis, Formulation, and Testing of Energetics (SynFORTE) system in support of DARPA’s Rational Integrated Design of Energetics (RIDE) program, phase 3.


MRI Global, Kansas City, Missouri, $10,414,755 for R&D for DARPA “aimed at developing a flexible detection system consisting of Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats (CRISPR)-based assays paired with reconfigurable point-of-need and massively multi-plexed devices for diagnostics and surveillance.” Work in Kansas, Missouri; Gaithersburg, Maryland; Carlsbad, California; Cambridge, Massachusetts; and Salt Lake City, Utah.


SecuriGence LLC, Leesburg, Virginia, $93,780,230 (from $177,465,916 to $271,246,146), for IT multi-network support services for DARPA in Arlington, VA. Later corrected to be awarded 26 Jun 2023.


Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas, $9,854,404 for work on DARPA’s Cancun program, which aims to create distributable nodes to measure the high-frequency (HF) radio environment. Work in San Antonio, Texas (66%); Utica, New York (14%); Seattle, Washington (15%); Chapel Hill, North Carolina (5%).


ACADEMIA ­– 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., Atlanta, Georgia, $7,730,690, for sustainment support of prototype Band 8 Reactivation hardware for B-1B aircraft. Work in Atlanta and Warner Robins, Georgia; and Owego, New York.


Georgia Tech Applied Research Corp., Atlanta, Georgia, $9,000,284 for support of the Integrated Demonstrations and Applications Lab. Includes research to define and evaluate system requirements and to demonstrate Electronic Warfare, Radio Frequency, and other sensor technologies.


Johns Hopkins University APL, Laurel, Maryland, $49,673,419 for engineering, management, technical support, and expertise for the Integrated Capabilities Directorate to improve architectures “required by the Air Force and Space Force to accomplish their assigned missions.”


Kostas Research Institute (KRI) at Northeastern University, Burlington, Massachusetts, $39,899,996 for R&D of non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation effects.




Motorola, Chicago, Illinois, $31,596,325, for Land Mobile Radio sustainment for Navy Installations Enterprise, mostly at Sigonella, Italy; Manama, Bahrain; Yokosuka, Japan; Finegayan, Guam; USA (Norfolk, Virginia, and San Diego, California).




Centerra Group LLC, Herndon, Virginia, $7,731,903 for firefighting duties at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Florida.




Lockheed Martin, Sunnyvale, California, $39,948,744 for “survivable endurable evolution interim contractor support” on Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS) in Colorado (Peterson Space Force Base, Buckley Space Force Base, Greeley Air National Guard Station) and Utah (Ogden).


Lockheed Martin, Sunnyvale, California, $122,213,602 (contract now at $7,225,147,630) to plan/prepare for post-launch activities (develop program protection and product support planning) for all three Next Generation Overhead Persistent Infrared Geosynchronous Space Vehicles.


Northrop Grumman, San Diego, California, $80,327,904 for work on establishing the ability to communicate with military platforms via multiple commercial space internet constellations in various orbital regimes using common user terminal and hardware elements. Effort is called “Defense Experimentation Using Commercial Space Internet Advanced Research (DEUCSI).”  Eleven days later, RTX, McKinney, Texas, $36,138,347 for work on DEUCSI.


Palantir, Palo Alto, California, $58,463,148 for a Data-as-a-Service Platform for Headquarters Air Force (HAF): automatic data ingestion … continually pushing personnel, equipment, planning, health, and other readiness data sources into a common data foundation. This “readiness information is a critical component of HAF-wide decision-making and data analysis.”


Palantir, Palo Alto, California, $32,791,667 for Data-as-a-Service Platform: space situational awareness and C2 to users at the National Space Defense Center and the Combined Space Operations Center through the furnishing of commercial software licenses. Also provides support to enable the platform to ingest Special Access Program (SAP) data.


Walsh Federal LLC, Chicago, Illinois, $99,909,000 to design and build a MILSTAR satellite communication station at Offutt AFB, Nebraska.


JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35) – Lockheed Martin does not intend to address 162 of the jet’s 883 known design flaws.


“Non-US DOD participants” are international users, administratively distinct from FMS, for whom DOD often foots the bill.


Lockheed Martin, Fort Worth, Texas, $70,298,476 for maintenance and sustainment operations of the Norway and Italy F-35 Reprogramming Lab facilities and systems. Includes consumables and spare material/tooling support. Work in Eglin, Florida (80%), and Fort Worth, Texas (20%). Non-DOD participant funds $23,432,826.


Lockheed Martin, Fort Worth, Texas, $12,790,407 for integration of the handheld imaging tool into F-35 aircraft—supporting the establishment of a “baseline organic maintainer capability”—as well as providing joint technical data, training, and services re: transition to organic maintainer capability for USA, FMS, and non-DOD participants. Some non-U.S. DOD participant funds ($2,309,116) allocated.


Lockheed Martin, Fort Worth, Texas, $14,480,876, for ground maintenance, action request solution, depot activities, automatic logistics information system (ALIS) operations and maintenance, reliability and maintainability, supply chain management, pilot and maintainer training, and training system sustainment on delivered F-35 aircraft for FMS ($1,203,436); non-U.S. DOD participants ($6,066,071), and USA. Work in Fort Worth, Texas (57%); Orlando, Florida (26%); Greeneville, South Carolina (11%); Samlesbury, UK (4%); El Segundo, California (2%).


RTX (Pratt and Whitney), East Hartford, Connecticut, $293,771,544 for engine spare parts and depot lay-in material re: F-35 for USA, FMS, and non-U.S. DOD participants. Work in Indianapolis, Indiana (79%); East Hartford, Connecticut (14%); and Bristol, UK (7%).


RTX (Pratt & Whitney), East Hartford, Connecticut, $66,084,257 definitizes the order to provide design engineering, program management support, technology maturation, risk reduction, long lead material and hardware, and weapons system integration to support engine enhancement for F-35 program. Work in East Hartford, Connecticut (92%), and Indianapolis, Indiana (8%).


RTX (Pratt and Whitney), East Hartford, Connecticut, $887,934,922 for F-35 engine spare parts, modules, support equipment/packaging handling shipping and transportation material, and depot lay-in material for USA, FMS and non-DOD participants. Work in East Hartford, Connecticut (82%); South Windsor, Connecticut (9%); North Berwick, Maine (8%); and various locations within CONUS (1%).


RTX (Pratt and Whitney), East Hartford, Connecticut, to procure materials, parts, and components for F-35 engine production (lot 17) as well as global spares requirements (to include spare engines, power modules, and other hardware) for non-U.S. DOD participants ($417,538,909); FMS ($400,523,253); and USA ($1,205,010,974). Work in East Hartford, Connecticut (17%) (labor surplus area); Indianapolis, Indiana (10%); Middletown, Connecticut (8%); Kent, Washington (7%); North Berwick, Maine (4%); El Cajon, California (3%) (labor surplus area); Cromwell, Connecticut (3%); Whitehall, Michigan (3%); Portland, Oregon (2%); San Diego, California (2%); South Bend, Indiana (2%); Columbus, Georgia (2%); Hampton, Virginia (1%); Manchester, Connecticut (1%); Cheshire, Connecticut (1%); Elmwood Park, New Jersey (1%); various locations outside CONUS (33%).




Amentum, Germantown, Maryland, $474,961,543 for logistics support for maintenance (organizational, selected intermediate, and limited depot) of Navy’s F-16A/B/C/D aircraft in Fallon, Nevada (75%), and Lemoore, California (25%).


NISOU LGC JV II, Detroit, Michigan, $12,634,173 to build an F-16 mission training center in Eastover, South Carolina, for the National Guard.


RTX (Goodrich), Troy, Ohio, $67,454,578 for support of heat stacks (part of the brake system on F-16 aircraft) through June 2028.




Boeing, St. Louis, Missouri, $200,000,000 for long lead material and associated efforts re: maintaining the full rate production of congressionally added F/A-18E/F aircraft. Work in El Segundo (68.9%) and Goleta (2.5%), California; St. Louis, Missouri (20.2%); East Aurora, New York (1.7%); Blossom, Texas (1.3%); Longueuil, Québec Canada (1.3%); Vandalia, Ohio (1.1%); various locations within CONUS (3%).


Boeing, St. Louis, Missouri, $9,373,736 for manufacture, assembly, and delivery of peculiar support equipment for F/A-18E/F aircraft. Work in Milford, New Hampshire (67.65%); St. Louis, Missouri (19.84%); and Elgin, Illinois (12.51%).


Boeing, St. Louis, Missouri, $11,337,566 to repair avionics equipment for F/A-18 aircraft. Work in Lemoore, California (99%); and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1%).


RTX, El Segundo, California, $372,137,000 for “updates, improvements, and enhancements” of tactical capabilities, sensor instrumentation, and instrumentation interfaces re: F/A-18 and EA-18G software. Work in El Segundo (80%), China Lake (5%), Goleta (5%), California; Forest, Mississippi (5%); and McKinney, Texas (5%).


RTX, El Segundo, California, $26,558,279 for ongoing Next Generation Jammer (NGJ) Mid-Band (MB) engineering and manufacturing development. Also provides support (incl. management, design, development, test, and delivery) of NGJ-MB software for U.S. Navy and Australia. Work in El Segundo, California (93.2%); McKinney, Texas (4.2%); Fort Wayne, Indiana (1.6%) and Patuxent River, Maryland (1.1%). Some fiscal 2023 Australian Air Force cooperative funds $21,246,622 allocated.


RTX, El Segundo, California, $24,874,626 to procure two Next Generation Jammer (NGJ) Mid-Band (MB) training pods (one for the Navy and one for Australia) and NGJ-MB spares, as well as non-recurring engineering in support of NGJ-MB low rate initial production. Work in Forest, Mississippi. Australian Air Force cooperative funds of $6,559,260 allocated.




Boeing, St. Louis, Missouri, $11,643,519, for continued aircraft integration and engineering manufacturing development software development re: Engineering Change Proposal 6472, integration of Next Generation Jammer on EA-18G aircraft. Work in St. Louis, Missouri (90%); Whidbey Island, Washington (8%); and Patuxent River, Maryland (2%).


Northrop Grumman, Linthicum, Maryland, $15,784,105 for additional Airborne Electronic Attack Weapons Replacement Assemblies (15 WRA-7 B-Kits, 15 WRA-8 B-Kits, 11 WRA-7 B-Kit spares, 11 WRA-8 B-Kit spares, and time critical parts for WRA-8 B-Kits) and associated engineering, technical, and data support re: EA-18G aircraft upgrades. Work in Linthicum, Maryland (70%), and Bethpage, New York (30%).




Northrop Grumman, Melbourne, Florida, $15,616,530 for repair & overhaul of power amplifier modules (270) for E-2D aircraft re: NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support (WSS) Integrated Weapon Support Team program. Work in Woodland Hills, California (95%); Liverpool, New York (5%).




Boeing, St. Louis, Missouri, $11,983,156 for High Altitude Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) Weapon Capability (HAAWC) Air Launch Accessory (ALA) equipment, production support material (PSM), and related engineering and hardware support. Work in St. Charles (44%), St. Louis (26%), Joplin (2%), Piedmont (2%), Missouri; Salt Lake City, Utah (12%); Minneapolis, Minnesota (4%); Orlando, Florida (2%); Cedar Rapids, Iowa (2%); Chandler, Arizona (1%); Berea, Ohio (1%); Wichita, Kansas (1%); Albuquerque, New Mexico (1%); Lexington, Kentucky, (1%); Chatsworth, California (1%).


AAR, Wood Dale, Illinois; Aeroforge Inc., Puyallup, Washington; Boeing, Seattle, Washington; Hurricane Electronics Inc., Pompano Beach, Florida; Industrial Automation Inc., Seattle, Washington; NDT Solutions LLC., New Richmond, Wisconsin; Source One Spares LLC, Houston, Texas; Sunbelt Design & Development Inc., San Antonio, Texas; VC Displays Inc., Brooksville, Florida; VSE Corp., Alexandria, Virginia, $485,000,000 (ceiling), for ground-based support equipment for KC-46 aircraft. Work in U.S. and foreign partners’ bases through June 2033.




RTX (Pratt & Whitney), East Hartford, Connecticut, $5,500,316,404 (from $2,740,747,815 to $8,241,064,215) for F117 Engine sustainment support. Work in San Francisco, California; Columbus, Georgia; and Tinker AFB, Oklahoma. Involves FMS to the UK, Canada, Australia, UAE, Qatar, India, and Kuwait.


VSE Corp., Alexandria, Virginia, $565,025,276 (max.), for supplemental depot capability for C-5 aircraft at Fort Worth, Texas.




Boeing, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, $47,327,689 for KC-135 engineering sustainment support through June 2033. Includes fleet support and recurring and non-recurring engineering. Work in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; San Antonio, Texas; Huntsville, Alabama; Houston, Texas; Pleasanton, California; Long Beach, California; Mesa, Arizona; Tukwila, Washington; St. Louis, Missouri; Fort Walton Beach, Florida; and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Involves some FMS to Chile, France, and Turkey.


RTX (Collins), Cedar Rapids, Iowa, $57,001,423 for sustainment of avionics, communications and electrical systems, subsystems, related avionics components, and associated ground & flight software used on the KC-135 aircraft. Includes services for FMS (Chile, France, and Turkey). Work at Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Tinker AFB, Oklahoma; and Huntsville, Alabama.


RTX (Pratt & Whitney), East Hartford, Connecticut, $19,961,866 for manufacture of Turbine Blade Set (TF-33 1st Stage) for Air Force.




Amentum, Germantown, Maryland, $24,794,279 for rotary wing flight training, Fort Novosel, Alabama.


Boeing, Ridley Park, Pennsylvania, $793,350,000 for helicopters.


General Electric, Lynn, Massachusetts, $8,443,741 for 77 combustion liners in support of the T64 engine (.pdf) used in NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support (WSS) Integrated Weapon Support Team’s program.


Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky), Stratford, Connecticut, $15,083,623 for Army UH-60M Black Hawk Exchange and Sales Team aircraft.


Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky), Stratford, Connecticut, $14,538,243 for Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft prototype development.


Lockheed Martin, Owego, New York, $192,199,684 for Modernized-Radar Frequency Interferometer [AN/APR-48B] production, sustainment hardware, and technical, logistical, test and engineering support.




Arrow’s Edge LLC, Huntsville, Alabama, $200,025,257 for maintenance, repair, overhaul, and logistics support for Fleet Readiness Center aviation support equipment. Work in Solomon’s Island, Maryland (30.2%); San Diego (22.4%), Lemoore (5.8%), El Centro (4.7%), California; Portsmouth (9.8%) and Williamsburg (0.4%), Virginia; Jacksonville, Florida (7.5%); Beaufort, South Carolina (6%); New Orleans, Louisiana (5.6%); Cherry Point, North Carolina (3.6%); Fort Worth, Texas (3.4%); Everett, Washington (0.6%)


Ontic Engineering and Manufacturing Inc., Chatsworth, California, $16,160,977 for aircraft items.




BAE Systems, Nashua, New Hampshire, $22,037,728 for eight OE-120/UPX antenna group systems (7 for U.S. Navy, and 1 for Canada); 6 OE-120 retrofit kits for U.S. Navy; two installation and checkout kits for U.S. Navy; and two delta installation and checkout kits (1 U.S. Navy, 1 Australia). The antenna group supports such systems as identification friend or foe, secondary surveillance radar, and air traffic control radar.


Mercury Mission Systems, Torrance, California, $45,991,946 for T-45 Head-Up Display production units (108) and spare units (50) and associated support equipment for the Navy. Work in Torrance, California (49.99%); Tulsa, Oklahoma (12.49%); Rehovot, Israel (37.52%).


RTX, Andover, Massachusetts, $33,950,952 for antenna assemblies and cases for Army and federal civilian agencies.


RTX (Collins), Cedar Rapids, Iowa, $64,042,276 for Mounted Assured Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) systems.


RTX, McKinney, Texas, $27,383,391 for Third Generation Forward Looking Infrared (LRIP) technical, engineering, test, and logistics services.




General Electric, Cincinnati, Ohio, $422,810,759 for supplies related to F-series engines (F 101/110/118) for Army, Air Force, and Navy.


Aero Turbine Inc., Stockton, California; RUAG AG, Emmen, Switzerland; and U.S. Turbine & Accessory LLC, Taylor, Michigan; $120,778,538, (estimated ceiling) for engine (F-5F/N J85-GE-21C) inspection and repair.


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


Austal USA, Mobile, Alabama, $7,872,390 for planning, engineering support, planning and logistics technical documentation, funds and man-hour expenditure data, projected costs, cost estimates, rough order of magnitude, material, and labor re: emergent availabilities of USS Augusta (LCS 34) in National City, California.


Austal USA, Mobile, Alabama, $46,333,112, for LCS design support and integrated data and product model environment support. Work in Mobile, Alabama (60%), and Pittsfield, Massachusetts (40%).




Fairbanks Morse LLC, Beloit, Wisconsin, $12,707,850, for the cylinder head assembly in support of the LPD main propulsion diesel engine.


Fairbanks Morse LLC, Beloit, Wisconsin, $13,555,040 for the head air start valve in support of the landing, platform dock (LPD) main propulsion diesel engine.




Timken Gears & Services, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, $119,280,294 for three Main Reduction Gear shipsets for DDG-51 class. Work in Santa Fe Springs, California (77%); Riverside, Missouri (10%); Latrobe (3%) and Erie (3%), Pennsylvania; Fitchburg, Massachusetts (3%); New Castle, Delaware (2%); Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1%); and St. Augustine, Florida (1%).


AIRCRAFT CARRIERS (CVN) – The Ford-class of aircraft carriers is plagued with problems. Business Insider summarizes.


General Atomics, San Diego, California, $1,195,545,808 for production, assembly, test, and management of Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS) hardware with embedded software and firmware, minus Energy Storage Subsystem and Advanced Arresting Gear (AAG) System shipsets hardware with embedded software and firmware for the CVN 81 aircraft carrier. Also resolves EMALS and AAG hardware obsolescence issues… as well as non-recurring engineering in support of evaluation and implementation of engineering changes to product hardware, software, technical data, and logistics products… Also provides “case study and developmental research” in support of potential future procurement of EMALS and AAG for France (FMS portion $128,376). Work in San Diego, California (58.1%); Tupelo, Mississippi (40.2%); and Lakehurst, New Jersey (1.7%). In this contract announcement, we see General Atomics charging for obsolescence without ever delivering a functional product to begin with.


Huntington Ingalls Inc. (HII), Newport News, Virginia, $274,041,192 and $119,213,388 for work Pre-Commissioning Unit John F. Kennedy (CVN 79) in Newport News, Virginia: improve capability at ship delivery, define unpriced change orders, and more logistics support.




General Dynamics (Electric Boat), Groton, Connecticut, $33,012,536 for planning and execution of USS Oregon (SSN 793) post-delivery work period in Groton, Connecticut.


General Dynamics (Electric Boat), Groton, Connecticut, $7,550,232 for continued operation, maintenance, and protection of government-owned, contractor-operated floating dry dock, SHIPPINGPORT (ARDM-4) in Groton, Connecticut.


General Dynamics (Electric Boat), Groton, Connecticut, $7,596,449 for continued Nuclear Regional Maintenance Department support at Naval Submarine Base New London, Connecticut.


General Dynamics (Electric Boat), Groton, Connecticut, $8,305,319, for lead yard support and development studies & design efforts re: Virginia Class submarines.


AMP United LLC, Dover, New Hampshire; International Marine and Industrial Applicators LLC, Spanish Fort, Alabama; and Q.E.D. Systems Inc., Virginia Beach, Virginia; combined $53,055,567, for the preservation and maintenance of Navy submarines. Work in Portsmouth, Virginia (80%), and Kittery, Maine (20%).


Lockheed Martin, Manassas, Virginia, $15,427,327 for engineering services, component procurements, and other direct costs in support of the Integrated Submarine Imaging System. Work in Manassas (49%), Virginia Beach (15%), and Arlington (1%), Virginia; Orlando, Florida (33%); Clearwater, Florida (1%); Andover, Massachusetts (1%).


Lockheed Martin, Manassas, Virginia, $188,482,241 for Navy engineering design, development and supporting material, travel, and subsistence. Work in Manassas, Virginia (65%); Clearwater, Florida (32%); Syracuse, New York (2%); and Marion, Florida (1%).


RTX (d.b.a. Goodrich), Jacksonville, Florida, $16,589,761 for manufacture of high frequency sail array sonar windows in Jacksonville, Florida.




Rolls-Royce Marine North America, Walpole, Massachusetts, $22,134,608 for one of each: MT30 Gas Turbine Engine, PMA gear kit and running blanks, electric starter interface kit, transportation stand, and ISO container. Work at Rolls-Royce facility in Bristol, UK.


Chand LLC, Mathews, Louisiana, maximum $8,299,648 for emergency back-up power generation for ship propulsion, power, and mechanical drive pumping supplies. CORRECTION (11 July 2023): The contract announced 23 June 2023, Chand LLC, (SPE7LX-23-D-0078), was announced with an incorrect award date. The correct award date is 10 July 2023.


SURFACE SHIP MAINTENANCE – Government shipyards, such as Norfolk Naval Shipyard (Portsmouth, VA) Portsmouth Naval Shipyard (Kittery, ME), and Puget Sound Naval Shipyard (Bremerton, WA), are government in name only. Corporations do most work.


Lyon Shipyard Inc., Norfolk, Virginia; BMFT JV, Chesapeake, Virginia; Colonna’s Shipyard Inc., Norfolk, Virginia; Fairlead Boatworks, Newport News, Virginia; East Coast Repair and Fabrication, Newport News, Virginia; $40,271,481, for messing and berthing barges support for U.S. Navy in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia.




Boeing, Huntington Beach, California, $16,848,306 for design agent and technical engineering services on AN/USQ-82(V) systems, consisting of the Data Multiplex System (DMS), Fiber Optic Data Multiplex System (FODMS), and Gigabit Ethernet Data Multiplex System (GEDMS). Involves some FMS ($650,700 allocated) to Japan, South Korea, Australia, and Canada. AN/USQ-82 is fiber-optic networking link and control shipboard machinery, damage-control, steering, AEGIS, navigation displays, and communication alarms. Work in Huntington Beach, California (67%); Arlington, Virginia (14%); Navy and foreign military shipyards and labs (14%); Annapolis Junction, Maryland (3%); Colorado Springs, Colorado (1%); Tukwila, Washington (1%).


Frontier Electronic Systems Corp., Stillwater, Oklahoma, $94,099,269, for hardware in support of AN/SPQ- 15(V) (distributes radar video data) and supporting engineering services. Work in Stillwater, Oklahoma (80%); and various Navy shipyards (20%).


L3Harris, Camden, New Jersey, $27,288,723 for Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) system spares, signal data processors, AN/USG-2B systems, AN/USG-8B system, and engineering studies and analyses. Work in Largo, Florida (48%); Menlo Park, California (19%); Lititz, Pennsylvania (17%); and Salt Lake City, Utah (16%). Some FMS to Canada ($4,582,890) and Australia ($206,176).


SyQwest Inc., Cranston, Rhode Island, $16,600,000, to support the design, engineering, production, testing, and delivery of one first article test unit, training, first production unit, and production units of Next Generation Gertrude (NGG) underwater communication device, which will replace the Navy’s AN/WQC-2A Underwater Communications system.




RTX, Tucson, Arizona, $57,269,379 for material, fabricate parts, assemble, test, and deliver Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) MK 49 Mod 5 Guided Missile Launching System (GMLS), GMLS Ordnance Alteration (ORDALT) Kits, and spare parts. Work in Ottobrunn, Germany, (40%); Tucson, Arizona (13%); Huntsville, Alabama (9%); Louisville, Kentucky (9%); Moorepark, California (8%); Moonachie, New Jersey (4%); Berryville, Arkansas (3%); Tulsa, Oklahoma (3%); Miami, Florida (2%); and other U.S. locations (9% together). German Navy funds $9,014,496 (16%); FMS funds $583,874 (1%). Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) is a missile system marketed as providing self-defense for ships. The system is developed and produced under an international cooperative program between USA and Germany.


DRS Laurel Technologies Partnership, Johnstown, Pennsylvania, $10,370,712 for Programmable Power Supply (PPS) MK 179 Mod 0 production in support of the MK 41 Vertical Launching System.




RTX, Woburn, Massachusetts, $87,531,901 for engineering and program support services (Aug 2023 through Aug 2027) in support of relocatable over-the-horizon radar at the Forces Surveillance Support Center, Chesapeake, Virginia. Involves software enhancements, re-hosts, maintenance, installation, removal, integration and testing; associated engineering, technical, training and logistics support; support for systems engineering; engineering change proposal preparation and analysis; failure analysis; configuration management; preparation, installation and/or testing of field change kits; and logistics support. Work in Chesapeake, Virginia (60%); Marlboro, Massachusetts (20%); New Kent, Virginia (6%); Corpus Christi, Texas (5%); San Juan, Puerto Rico (3%); Adelaide, Australia (1%); Dayton, Ohio (1%); Colorado Springs, Colorado (1%); D.C. (1%); Arlington, Virginia (1%), and Key West, Florida (1%).




Austal USA LLC, Mobile, Alabama, $79,238,772 for construction of one additional Towing, Salvage and Rescue Ship (T-ATS 15). Work in Mobile, Alabama (54%); Chesapeake, Virginia (20%); Jacksonville (6%) and Boca Raton (4%), Florida; and other suppliers (less than 1% of contract value, 16% altogether).


Global, a 1st Flagship Co., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, $15,652,049 for the Inactive Ships Maintenance Philadelphia requirement.


Silver Ships Inc., Theodore, Alabama, $7,814,630, for 49 additional High Speed Maneuvering Surface Target (HSMST) craft and accessories, 12 service manuals, 6 spare engines, and 38 sets of deployment spares.


Sterling Shipyard LP, Port Neches, Texas, $8,800,550 for detail design and construction of two additional Fuel Oil Barge (YON) craft and one Crew Familiarization. Work in Port Neches, Texas.


Conrad Shipyard LLC, Morgan City, Louisiana, $18,293,952 for detail design and construction of one additional Yard, Repair, Berthing, and Messing craft in Amelia, Louisiana.


DRS Laurel Technologies, Johnstown, Pennsylvania, $26,908,171, for Consoles, Displays, and Peripherals Technical Insertion 16 hardware in support of the Navy’s Future Surface Ship Combat Systems.




CACI, Chantilly, Virginia, $125,535,639 for production, fabrication, integration, logistics, sustainment, design, analysis, testing, verification, technical, and project management support re: crisis response and interoperable command, control, communications, computers, combat electronic systems (CRIC-ES) products. Work in Lexington Park (72%) and St. Inigoes (28%), Maryland.


KBR, Lexington Park, Maryland, $14,700,445 for continued aircrew services in support of testing and evaluation of manned air vehicles under Naval Test Wing squadrons in Patuxent River, Maryland (94%), and Pt. Mugu (5%) and China Lake (1%), California.


Northrop Grumman, Sykesville, Maryland, $34,718,114, for finalizing the development of the Advanced Recovery Control (ARC) upgrade and establishing the construction of ARC prototype systems for Navy Aircraft Launch and Recovery Equipment Department. Work in Sykesville, Maryland (77%); Thorofare (10%) and Passaic (2%), New Jersey; Danbury, Connecticut (3%); locations in CONUS (8%).


Reliance Test and Technology LLC, Crestview, Florida, $83,806,989 for research, development, test, evaluation, engineering, fleet and management support services re: aircraft engineering and developmental flight test, as well as fleet training for Navy and Marine Corps air vehicle systems and trainers in support of the Atlantic Ranges and Targets Department. Work in Patuxent River, Maryland (78%); Norfolk, Virginia (13%); Dam Neck, Virginia (5%); and various locations within U.S. (4%).


RTX, El Segundo, California, $15,557,878 for supporting Next Generation Jammer (NGJ) Mid-Band (MB) units some test/repair. The resulting data will “support the decision to use the consolidated automated support system testers or specialized test equipment for the testing and repair of the NGJ-MB system.” RTX will also generate/deliver test requirement documents and fault detection/fault isolation analysis of units under test weapons replaceable assemblies/shop replaceable assemblies. Work in McKinney, Texas (46.2%); Fort Wayne, Indiana (40.4%); and El Segundo, California (13.4%).




American Bureau of Shipping, Spring, Texas, $53,874,943 for classification, certification, and other services … in the ship design, engineering, and integration support for the surface ships technical area. Work primarily in Spring, Texas; D.C.; and Virginia Beach, Virginia.


Canadian Commercial Corp., (100% subcontracting to Standard Aero Ltd, Winnipeg, Canada), $13,846,613 for engine (250-KS4) depot-level repair at the contractor’s facility in Winnipeg, Canada.


Hart Technologies, Manassas, Virginia, and JF Taylor, Lexington Park, Maryland, $99,097,000, for rapid prototyping for Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) Unmanned & Expeditionary Weapon Systems Division.




MSA Safety Sales LLC, Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania, $24,591,623 for 11 parts, components of the refrigerant monitoring system used in support of the common hull, mechanical, and electrical system for NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support Integrated Weapon Support Team program.




Advanced Sciences and Technologies LLC, Berlin, New Jersey; Bart & Associates Inc., McLean, Virginia; Dark Wolf Solutions LLC, Herndon, Virginia; Data Intelligence LLC, Marlton, New Jersey; Grove Resource Solutions Inc., Frederick, Maryland; ODME Solutions LLC, San Diego, California; Solute Consulting, San Diego, California; Sugpiat Defense LLC; Timitron Corporation, Portsmouth, Virginia; Vector Planning & Services Inc., San Diego, California; combined $76,368,761 for systems lifecycle, engineering, cybersecurity, and security engineering support services for NAVWAR Pacific, though work expected to be in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Also includes systems engineering, hardware engineering, software engineering, network engineering, configuration management, and test and evaluation.


Souza Construction Inc., Farmersville, California, $50,000,000 (through 25 Jun 2023) for new minor construction, facility repair, rehabilitation, and alterations at government facilities within NAVWAR Pacific, San Diego, California.




eSimplicity Inc., Silver Spring, Maryland, $40,770,144 (ordering August 2023 through July 2028) for technical support services to Navy & Marine Corps Spectrum Center. Includes planning, retention, protection, and effective use of electromagnetic spectrum resources in support Navy operations. Work in Fort Meade (50%) and Silver Spring (50%), Maryland.




BrainGu LLC, Grand Rapids, Michigan, $125,000,000 (ceiling) to provide DOD Platform One Big Bang as a Service, Mission App as a Service, Developer Experience as a Service, Special Projects as a Service, and Development, Security and Operations Advisory as a Service, for Advanced Battle Management System Cloud-Based Command & Control. This support will be needed across multiple security classifications.


Carahsoft, Reston, Virginia, $43,112,220 (through June 2027) to “leverage the advantages of cloud computing, platform as a service, infrastructure as a service, and utilization of continuous integration and continuous delivery pipeline to rapidly deploy warfighting capabilities.” Work at several U.S. locations re: Kessel Run (see here) enterprise-wide platform engineering support of Tanzu Application Services enabled platforms.


Carahsoft, Reston, Virginia, $8,826,952 to extend “Lighthouse platform operations and sustainment activities while maturing existing technology partner integrations by making integration enhancements into the Lighthouse Integration Technology Engine platform enabling the Lighthouse Maintenance Digital Ecosystem.”


Interactive Process Technology, Burlington, Massachusetts, $7,891,335 for baseline services and surge data analytics support.


Interfuze Corp., Huntsville, Alabama, $30,951,629, for five years of program management and engineering support, sustainment, and maintenance of hardware, software upgrades, and end user training. Work at multiple DOD sites in the U.S.


Strategic Communications LLC, Louisville, Kentucky, $19,000,000 (brings contract to $36,000,000) for an extension of Amazon Web Services (AWS), a commercial GovCloud cloud service provider. Work in Boston, Massachusetts.




Viasat Inc., Carlsbad, California, $8,227,815, for command, control, communications, and computers (C4) support of Marine Corps Enroute Airborne Broadband Satellite Communications. Work primarily at Network Operations Center (Carlsbad, California), and Englewood, Colorado.


Oakwood Electronics LLC, Winchester, Virginia, $49,454,600 for common sensor radios in support of ongoing mission requirements for military grade self-healing mesh network radios.


Palomar Products Inc., Rancho Santa Margarita, California, $45,500,000 for sustainment of the Palomar Secure Communication System 3.0, including major and minor repairs, teardown, test and evaluation and technical support.


MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY (MDA) – D.C. 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 US war industry to develop, market, and sell “ballistic missile defense” products. This weaponry is a lucrative business sector of war.


RTX, Tucson, Arizona, $621,400,000 (delivery order $84,300,000 issued first) to maintain the equipment, facilities, and personnel re: transport, test, upgrade, and repair of existing Exo-atmospheric Kill Vehicles through 31 May 2028.


RTX, Tucson, Arizona, $163,624,954, for AIM-9X missile production (lot 23) requirements. See contract announcement regarding precise number of missiles, containers, and parts. Work in North Logan, Utah (28.09%); Tucson, Arizona (21.64%); Linthicum Heights, Maryland (18.88%); Minneapolis, Minnesota (11.46%); Marietta, California (8.42%); Saint Albans, Vermont (7.75%); Ann Arbor, Michigan (1.44%); Warrington, Pennsylvania (1.22%); and various locations outside CONUS (1.1%).


ROAR JV (Rothe Development Inc. and ARES JV LLC), San Antonio, Texas, $96,314,522, for cybersecurity test and risk assessment across MDA’s information systems (Business, Mission Support, Warfighter), their connections, and associated test events. Involves cybersecurity controls validation, cybersecurity risk assessment and training, software assurance, and fee-for-service management and event scheduling support. Work in Huntsville, Alabama; Fort Belvoir, Virginia; Colorado Springs, Colorado.


AEGIS - Aegis is a complex system of sensors, software, and radar that is marketed as being able to track enemies and guide missiles to enemy targets, particularly enemy missiles. Aegis is one portion of the overall Ballistic Missile Defense Systems (BMDS), which is administered by the Missile Defense Agency (MDA). The war industry has succeeded in selling nonstop Aegis upgrades and “modernization” to the U.S. and other governments.


Lockheed Martin, Moorestown, New Jersey, $12,290,526 (contract from $1,290,647,365 to $1,302,937,891), increasing the ceiling on Contract Line Item Number (CLIN) 0012, re: Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense weapon systems. Expected completion date 31 Dec 2023.


Lockheed Martin, Moorestown, New Jersey, $28,358,887 for Advanced Electronic Guidance and Instrumentation development and test sites operation and maintenance. Work at Combat Systems Engineering Development Site, SPY-1A Test Facility, and Naval Systems Computing Center.


Lockheed Martin, Moorestown, New Jersey, $28,358,877, for AEGIS development and test sites operation and maintenance at the Combat Systems Engineering Development Site, SPY-1A Test Facility, and Naval Systems Computing Center.




Applied Technologies Group Inc., Huntsville, Alabama, $8,055,255 for programmatic services support for the Aviation Mission Systems and Architecture Program Office, Huntsville, Alabama.


Intuitive Research and Technology Corp., Huntsville, Alabama, $13,233,946 for technical support services for the Cruise Missile Defense Systems Project Office, Huntsville, Alabama.


System Studies & Simulation Inc., Huntsville, Alabama, $85,816,267 to develop, field, and upgrade Strategic and Operational Rocket and Missiles Technical Support Project Office weapon systems, Huntsville, Alabama.


Technical Services LLC, Madison, Alabama, $99,886,000 for flight test engineering support, aviation maintenance support, prototype development, and aircraft modifications and upgrades.


Telephonics Corp., Farmingdale, New York, $86,739,767 for Passive IFF air tracking for Army's Air Missile Defense Planning and Control System and Integrated Battle Command System.




General Dynamics, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, $10,619,975, for two more years of Trident II (D5) SSBN Fire Control System and SSGN Attack Weapon Control System support. Work in Pittsfield, Massachusetts (98%); and Rhode Island (2%), for USA and the UK. No FMS indicated.


Lockheed Martin, Littleton, Colorado, $32,139,953 for design, development, build, and integration of equipment for [nuclear] missile flight test demonstrations and fielding. Work in Denver, Colorado (51%); Sunnyvale, California (19%); Salt Lake City, Utah (12%); Pittsfield (5%), Cambridge (4%), Massachusetts; Courtland (3%), Huntsville (3%), Alabama; East Aurora, New York (2%); and Simsbury, Connecticut (1%).


Northrop Grumman, McLean, Virginia, $11,894,400 for continued development of the Nuclear Planning and Execution Recapitalization software application. Work in Bellevue, Nebraska.


RTX, Largo, Florida, $23,272,341 for interim contractor support, program support, security upgrades, software releases, testing, and site support of Presidential and National Voice Conferencing (PNVC) integrator, which is used in nuclear command & control. Work in Largo, Florida, and Burlington, Massachusetts.

RTX, Marlborough, Massachusetts, $625,000,000 for the production of Force Element Terminals for the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center’s (Bedford, Massachusetts) Beyond Line-of-Sight Terminals program (.pdf). Work in Marlborough, Massachusetts; and Largo, Florida. Later corrected to be awarded 30 June 2023.


Dark Wolf Solutions LLC, Herndon, Virginia, $25,436,896 for ongoing Development, Security, and Operations Penetration Testing for Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center. Work at Hill AFB, Utah, and Herndon, Virginia. Does not involve FMS.


CGI Federal Inc., Fairfax, Virginia, $49,681,780 for providing Strategic Command (STRATCOM) with “agile and innovative research, development, and sustainment of new and existing hardware, systems, and software” enabling “operational robustness of the Global Integration Enterprise.” Work at Offutt AFB, Nebraska.


Turner Construction Co., New York, New York, $388,957,123 to build an operations facility and courier station at Offutt AFB, Nebraska.


Stellant Systems, Williamsport, Pennsylvania, $9,497,411 for repair of electron tubes in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.




BAE Systems, Radford, Virginia, $16,566,431 for assessing, procuring, and applying/demonstrating automation upgrades to two area of solventless rocket propellant grain production in Radford, Virginia.

BAE Systems, Radford, Virginia, $12,377,686 to develop the specification, selection, and procurement of a new hammer mill and associated ancillary equipment. Work in Radford, Virginia.

BAE Systems, Radford, Virginia, $92,455,111 for MK90 grain.

Northrop Grumman, Radford, Virginia, $12,687,687 for non-standard ammunition.


Day & Zimmermann Lone Star LLC, Texarkana, Texas, $40,323,941 for 120 mm M830A1 recapitalization cartridges.


Conco Inc., Louisville, Kentucky, $238,742,144 for Modular Artillery Charge Systems, metal containers, and assemblies.

Conco Inc., Louisville, Kentucky, $14,278,095 for refurbishment of PA161 and PA103A2 metal container assemblies used for Modular Artillery Charge Program.


Entrust Manufacturing Technologies Inc., Menomonee, Wisconsin, $9,101,870 to procure a new guided bore for cannon tube production. Work in Watervliet, New York.


General Dynamics, Garland, Texas, $26,322,482 to procure pipe for general-purpose bomb bodies.


Boeing, St. Louis, Missouri, $35,000,000 (brings contract to $44,800,000), for continued R&D of missile sub-system components re: Compact Air-to-Air Missile and Extended Range Air-to-Air Missile Systems.


Lockheed Martin, Orlando, Florida, $240,000,000 for Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile (JASSM) AGM-158D development, test, and integration.


Lockheed Martin, Grand Prairie, Texas, $49,950,000 for associated engineering support for Terminal High Altitude Air Defense (THAAD) 5.0 PAC-3 missile segment enhancement component development.


Northrop Grumman, Plymouth, Minnesota, $69,729,404 for the Precision Guidance Kit (PGK).


RTX, Tucson, Arizona, $702,023,906, for Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile (AMRAAM) production (missiles, telemetry system, spares, and other production engineering support activities), lot 37.


Javelin JV (RTX/Lockheed Martin), Tucson, Arizona, $61,245,540 for I-Lightweight Command Launch Units (LRIP).

Javelin JV (RTX/Lockheed Martin), Tucson, Arizona, $9,430,814 for the Javelin F Model round and Javelin launch electrics.


Action Manufacturing Co., Bristol, Pennsylvania, and AMTEC Corp., Janesville, Wisconsin, $246,378,925, for the M739A1 Point Detonating/Delay Fuze.




BAE Systems, San Jose, California, $16,620,812, for the Bradley Active Protection System.


General Dynamics, Sterling Heights, Michigan, $257,602,312 for M10 Booker low-rate initial production (LRIP). Work in Sterling Heights, Michigan; Anniston, Alabama; and Lima, Ohio.


General Dynamics, Sterling Heights, Michigan, ($768,655,633) and American Rheinmetall Vehicles LLC, Sterling Heights, Michigan ($812,575,723), for Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle Phase III and IV detailed design and prototype build and testing.


GTA Containers Inc., South Bend, Indiana, $68,985,434 for production of a water storage distribution system.


HDT Expeditionary Systems Inc., Solon, Ohio, $35,741,223 for vehicular heater compartments for the Army.


Oshkosh Defense LLC, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, $14,553,574 for the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle.


RENK America LLC, Muskegon, Michigan, $56,863,296 for Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle System transmissions.


Deere & Co., Cary, North Carolina ($86,000,000), was added to the 29 July 2022 contract for agricultural equipment, issued against solicitation SPE8EC-21-R-0006.




Olin Winchester LLC, Oxford, Mississippi, $64,441,277 for small-caliber ammunition.


Colt’s Manufacturing Co., West Hartford, Connecticut, maximum $9,327,600 for barrel carbines for the Army.




Chautauqua County Chapter of NYSARC Inc., Jamestown, New York, $32,681,250 for M4 three magazine side-by-side pouches for Army.


Gentex Corp., Simpson, Pennsylvania, maximum $94,390,689 for “enhanced combat helmets” for Marine Corps.


ReadyOne Industries, El Paso, Texas, $14,410,052 for kitting, assembly, receipt, storage, packaging, and preservation of 150-man base camps for the National Guard.


Federal Prison Industries (UNICOR), D.C., $65,000,000 for warehouse storage aids and storage systems in Oklahoma.


National Industries for the Blind, Alexandria, Virginia, $10,563,750 for Bandoleer ammunition pouches for Army. Performance in Kentucky and Tennessee.


Southeastern Kentucky Rehabilitation Industries Inc., Corbin, Kentucky, $102,483,225 for advanced tactical assault panels.


SupplyCore, Rockford, Illinois; I-Solutions Direct, Fort Washington, Pennsylvania; TW Metals, Carol Stream, Illinois; $219,000,000 for commercial metal products.




Northrop Grumman, Apopka, Florida, $19,118,800 for repair and maintenance of rangefinders, their assemblies, and subassemblies.




Advanced Computer Learning Co., Fayetteville, North Carolina, $46,141,321 for instructor/operator support for medical simulation training.


Advanced Technology Leaders, Martinez, Georgia, $365,000,000 for systems engineering and technical assistance services in support of Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation.


Complete Parachute Solutions, Deland, Florida, $11,909,208 for military free fall instructors, parachute riggers, parachute rigging / quality assurance inspection, and training services in Coolidge, Arizona, for Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group, Virginia Beach, Virginia.


EMR Inc., Niceville, Florida, $25,859,398 to build a flight simulator facility in Jacksonville, Florida, for the National Guard.


Blinderman Power LLC, Chicago, Illinois, $27,478,843 to build a collective training enlisted barracks at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin.




M M Manufacturing, LLC, Lajas, Puerto Rico, $24,483,600 for coats and trousers for Navy.


Peckham Vocational Industries Inc., Lansing, Michigan, $13,728,000 for cold weather undergarments.


ORC Industries Inc., La Crosse, Wisconsin, maximum $12,076,750 for service dixie hats for Navy.


Belleville Shoe Manufacturing Co., Belleville, Illinois, $26,968,043 for combat hot weather boots.




Emerald Coast Utility Services Inc., Eglin AFB, Florida, $72,105,264 economic-price-adjustment agreement for water and wastewater utility services for the Air Force.


Rio Grande Electric Cooperative, Brackettville, Texas, $8,780,760 for electric utility services for Air Force.


MEDICAL – Productivity


Millennium Health & Fitness Inc., d.b.a. Millennium Enterprises, Lucas, Texas, $8,822,628, for “workplace-based physical health and wellness services designed to help maintain and improve employee productivity and to help employees address a full range of health-related conditions.” These “Civilian Health Promotion Services” are nationwide for an estimated 174,000 Air Force and Space Force civilian employees, and Army civilians at Air Force-led bases, Air National Guard civilians, and Air Force Reserve civilians.




Ellumen Inc., Silver Spring, Maryland, $42,280,113, for continuous service improvement contracted services at Fort Detrick, Maryland, to “deliver outcome objectives in the form of working software” in the areas of training and testing … and implementation of LogiCole by November 2026, supporting artifact creation, reviews and updates, and user adoption steps/processes.


Darby Dental Supply Inc., Jericho, New York ($48,125,000), was added to 10 Jun 2021 contract for dental consumable items for the DLA Electronic Catalog, issued against solicitation SPE2DE-20-R0007.

Ultradent Products Inc., South Jordan, Utah ($22,500,000), was added to 10 Jun 2021 contract for dental consumable items for the DLA Electronic Catalog, issued against solicitation SPE2DE-20-R-0007.


CDW Government LLC, Vernon Hills, Illinois, $10,446,774, to support the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences' (USUHS) Office of Chief Information Officer, Bethesda, Maryland.


Red River Technology, Claremont, New Hampshire, $71,851,506, for hardware and software “providing Military Health System users a single, reliable, stable, and secure network” to exchange and process information across the medical enterprise. The [Cisco] licenses will support the entire Defense Health Agency infrastructure to include wide area network, local area network (LAN), and wireless LAN… The protections provided also help support infrastructure providing access to MHS's single electronic health record, MHS GENESIS. Work in Falls Church, Virginia.


NetCentric Technologies LLC, Wall, New Jersey; A1FedImpact LLC, Falls Church, Virginia; DecisiveInstincts LLC, Vienna, Virginia; Eagle Integrated Services LLC, San Antonio, Texas; ITC-DE LLC, d.b.a. dotIT, Vienna, Virginia; Beat LLC, d.b.a. Business Enabled Acquisition and Technology LLC, San Antonio, Texas; $2,400,000,000 (ceiling over 10 years) to support for non-personal standardized enterprise IT support services to medical treatment facilities and other lines of business. Acquires IT services across the Defense Health Agency enterprise supporting medical treatment facilities and other lines of business. Scope areas include IT Service Desk; Database, Application, and Web Development; Identity Management and Desktop Support; Data Center Operations; Information Assurance; Network Operations; Telecommunications; Clinical Informatics; and Information Business Operations.




Medtronic USA, Minneapolis, Minnesota, $22,608,984 for cardiovascular procedural packages and supplies for U.S. military and federal civilian agencies.


Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems, DePuy Spine, Raritan, New Jersey, maximum $47,259,816 for spinal procedural packages and supplies.




Troop Contracting Inc., Willowbrook, Illinois, $8,614,000 for interior renovations at James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center (building 5), North Chicago, Illinois.


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


RTX Collins (d.b.a. Hamilton Sundstrand) Rockford, Illinois, maximum $23,936,400 for generator containers for the Army.


Associated Energy Group, d.b.a. AEG Fuels, Miami, Florida ($29,636,705), was added to 6 March 2023 contract for fuel support at Tucson International Airport, Arizona, issued against solicitation SPE607‐23‐R‐0202.


Avfuel Corp., Ann Arbor, Michigan ($20,080,160), was added to 6 Mar 2023 contract for fuel support at Clinton Sherman Airport, Oklahoma, issued against solicitation SPE607-23-R-0202.

Avfuel Corp., Ann Arbor, Michigan (SPE607‐23‐D‐0108, $7,868,643), was added to the 6 Mar 2023 contract for fuel support at Birmingham International Airport, Alabama, issued against solicitation SPE607‐23‐R‐0202.


Franklin Mountain Aviation, d.b.a. Million Air El Paso, El Paso, Texas (SPE607-23-D-0094, $29,850,423), was added to 6 Mar 2023 contract for fuel support at El Paso International Airport, Texas, issued against solicitation SPE607-23-R-0202.


Freeman Holdings of Mississippi, d.b.a. Million Air Stennis, Stennis, Mississippi ($51,737,253), was added to the 6 Mar 2023 contract for fuel support at Stennis International Airport, Mississippi, issued against solicitation SPE607-23-R-0202.


Eastern Aviation, d.b.a. Titan Aviation, New Bern, North Carolina (SPE607-23-D-0097, $37,693,387), was added to 6 Mar 2023 contract for fuel support at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Arizona, issued against solicitation SPE607-23-R-0202.


Eastern Aviation, d.b.a. Titan Aviation, New Bern, North Carolina ($8,214,486), was added to 6 Mar 2023 contract for fuel support at Monroeville County Aeroplex Airport, Alabama, issued against solicitation SPE607-23-R-0202.


Herd Air Group LLC, Conroe, Texas (SPE607-23-D-0116, $10,870,747), was added to 6 Mar 2023 contract for fuel support at Conroe North Houston Regional Airport, Texas, issued against solicitation SPE607-23-R-0202.


Signature Flight Support, Orlando, Florida ($17,309,662), was added to 6 Mar 2023 contract for fuel support at Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport, Arkansas, issued against solicitation SPE607-23-R-0202.

Signature Flight Support, Orlando, Florida ($19,582,584), was added to 6 Mar 2023 contract for fuel support at Austin Bergstrom International Airport, Texas, issued against solicitation SPE607-23-R-0202.




Mykonos Tanker LLC, Tampa, Florida, $21,050,000, for time charter of one U.S. Flag double hull medium range tanker for fuel transport out of Hawaii.


U.S. Marine Management Inc., Norfolk, Virginia, $19,785,000 for time charter of one U.S. Flag double hull medium range tanker for fuel out of Hawaii.




Air Transport International Inc., Wilmington, Ohio; American President Lines LLC, Arlington, Virginia; American Roll-On Roll-Off Carrier LLC, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida; Amerijet International Inc., Miami, Florida; Farrell Lines Inc., Norfolk, Virginia; Hawaiian Airlines Inc., Honolulu, Hawaii; Liberty Global Logistics LLC, Lake Success, New York; National Air Cargo Group Inc., Orlando, Florida; Northern Air Cargo LLC., Anchorage, Alaska; Schuyler Line Navigation Co., Annapolis, Maryland; United Airlines Inc., Chicago, Illinois; combined $178,477,368 (to be obligated on individual task orders) for door-to-door and/or port-to-door services under the Multi-modal Transportation Program contract (HTC71119DW). Supports TRANSCOM with continued international, commercial, multimodal transportation services, between various points and ports including electronic data interchange, customs processing, and clearance of containerized and breakbulk cargo.




Vigor Marine LLC, Portland, Oregon, $27,937,090 for a 165-calendar day shipyard availability for the post shakedown availability of MSC’s fleet replenishment oiler USNS John Lewis (T-AO 205) in Portland, Oregon.

Vigor Marine LLC, Portland, Oregon, $20,199,666 for a 120-calendar day post shakedown availability of MSC’s expeditionary sea based USNS John L. Canley (T-ESB 6) in Portland, Oregon.


ENVIRONMENTAL – The U.S. military-industrial complex is the single greatest institutional polluter in the world (e.g., carbon emissions, particulates, runoff, exploded & unexploded ordnance, byproducts from the war industry’s manufacturing, nuclear waste, and nuclear fallout from tests in Nevada). The Pentagon hires Corporate America to remediate a fraction of the military’s pollution.


AECOM, Anchorage, Alaska; Ahtna-Arcadis HTRW JV, Anchorage, Alaska; Geosyntec Brice JV LLC, Anchorage, Alaska; Jacobs, Arlington, Virginia; Ahtna Solutions LLC, Anchorage, Alaska; Bethel Environmental Solutions LLC, Anchorage, Alaska; Brice Engineering LLC, Anchorage, Alaska; Environmental Compliance Consultants Inc., Anchorage, Alaska; $245,000,000 for architect-engineer services re: hazardous, toxic, and radioactive waste.


Mabbett & Associates Inc., Stoneham, Massachusetts, $15,000,000 for environmental planning and consulting services for USACE, Concord, Massachusetts.


Sevenson Environmental Services Inc., Niagara Falls, New York, $15,824,232 for environmental remediation and restoration of the former DuPont Chambers Works site in Deepwater, New Jersey. This is via Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program.


Alliant, Knoxville, Tennessee, $7,677,220 for remedial investigations, a pilot study, and a feasibility study. Work in Knoxville, Tennessee.


Harris Environmental Group, Tucson, Arizona, $9,900,000 for biological monitoring and reporting services.


Aptim Federal Services LLC (owned by private equity), Baton Rouge, Louisiana, $49,900,000 for environmental services in California (81%), Hawaii (17%), and 11 additional states (2%). May include sampling, field and lab testing, and contract task order management.


Sea Pac Engineering Inc., Los Angeles, California, $7,889,000 for new remote control and monitoring features for select valves, and excavation, hauling, and disposal of contaminated soils at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Naval Base Kitsap, Bremerton, Washington.


Apex Mechanical LLC, Battle Ground, Washington; Avalon Contracting Inc., Tacoma, Washington; Blue Mountain Mechanical Inc., Olympia, Washington; Holmes Mechanical Inc., Bremerton, Washington; and Vet First Constructors LLC, Kent, Washington; $24,999,999 to support mechanical projects for Army 418th Contracting Support Brigade, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington.




Titan Associates Group Inc., Athens, Tennessee; Castle Hill Associates LLC, Waterville, Ohio; Solutions, A.E. Inc., Chamblee, Georgia, $14,750,000, for agricultural wash services for Army 419th Contracting Support Brigade, Fort Campbell, Kentucky.


Work Services Corp., Wichita Falls, Texas, $22,930,449 for full food service operations at three main dining facilities, one central preparation kitchen, and the Sheppard Annex site, Sheppard AFB, Texas.


US Foods, North Las Vegas, Nevada, $13,762,144 for full-line food distribution (ordering period through 24 June 2028) for Air Force, Marine Corps, and Department of Energy.


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.


Techflow Mission Support LLC., d.b.a. EMI Services, Idaho Falls, Idaho, $17,918,505 (brings contract to $53,062,210) for base operating support services at Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland.


DSA LLC, Gadsden, Alabama, $10,365,515 for grounds maintenance and snow removal at within Naval District Washington, D.C.: Maryland (34%); D.C. (56%); and Virginia (10%).


Chenega, San Antonio, Texas, $110,048,629 for base operations at Fort Wainwright, Alaska, and surrounding training areas.


Opportunities and Resources Inc., Wahiawa, Hawaii, $12,877,197 for custodial services on Oahu, Hawaii.


Robertson & Penn Inc., Chickasha, Oklahoma, $9,481,840 for bulk laundry services.




Technica, Charleston, South Carolina, $8,586,577 for logistics support services (incl maintenance, supply, transportation) in El Paso, Texas.




Inverness Technologies Inc., Annandale, Virginia, $11,616,475 for Solider for Life Transition Assistance Program support at Fort Knox, Kentucky.




Weeks Marine Inc., Covington, Louisiana, $20,262,250 for coastal storm risk management and beach nourishment, Vilano Beach, Florida.


Pine Bluff Sand & Gravel Company, Pine Bluff, Arkansas, $49,711,000, for stone paving and repair for USACE, New Orleans, Louisiana.


WRH Inc., South Amana, Iowa, $30,136,310 for a flood risk management project in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.


Yaeger Architecture Inc., Lenexa, Kansas; Blair Remy Merrick MP JV LLC, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Kenneth Hahn Architects Inc., Omaha, Nebraska; and Coover Clark & Associates, Denver, Colorado; $75,000,000 for architect-engineer services in support of civil works projects for USACE, Omaha, Nebraska.


Granite Construction Co., Watsonville, California, $48,197,594 to build a new flood risk mitigation levee system in Wharton, Texas.


Ahtna-Great Lakes E&I JV, West Sacramento, California, $12,431,346 for Mormon Island Auxiliary Dam improvements in West Sacramento, California.




Columbus Barricade & Safety, Columbus, Georgia, $8,810,935 for road maintenance and repair for Army Field Directorate Office, Fort Eustis.


Alltrack Inc., Pendleton, Indiana, $15,000,000 for railroad maintenance and repair for Army 419th Contracting Support Brigade, Fort Campbell.


Anthony Allega Cement Contracting Inc., Richfield, Ohio, $43,100,000 for pavement and grounds construction at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.


MAINLAND CONSTRUCTION & REPAIR – Military construction physically lays the foundation that expands and extends the permanent warfare state. This construction effectively co-opts construction workers, rallying these members of the working class around the flag. It is a very powerful narcotic.


Advanced Crane Technologies LLC, Reading, Pennsylvania; Crane Technologies Group Inc., Rochester Hills, Michigan; Garco WEMCO JV, Spokane, Washington; HECO Pacific Manufacturing Inc., Union City, California; Piedmont Hoist and Crane Inc., Winston Salem, North Carolina; Sievert Electric, Forest Park, Illinois; Somatex Inc., Detroit, Maine, $60,000,000, to purchase and install new weight handling equipment and to overhaul existing weight handling equipment. Work in Pennsylvania (15%); Michigan (15%); Washington (14%); California (14%); North Carolina (14%); Illinois (14%); and Maine (14%).


Khotol Services (an Alaskan Native corporation), Warrensburg, Missouri, $9,000,000 for sustainment, modernization, and improvement on U.S. Army Reserve centers.  Diversified Maintenance Systems, Sandy, Utah, $10,000,000 for projects (sustainment, modernization, improvement) for 81st Army Reserve Centers.


The Nutmeg Companies Inc., Norwich, Connecticut, $21,990,520 to construct an aircraft support equipment and vehicle maintenance facility in East Granby, Connecticut, for National Guard.


Consigli Construction Co., Milford, Massachusetts, $83,789,463 for replacing an enlisted personnel barracks, Fort Meade, Maryland.


Zapata Group Inc., Charlotte, North Carolina, $30,000,000 for engineering services for preparation of design-bid-build documents and design-build request for proposals. Work within NAVFAC Southeast.


CJ Mahan Construction Co. LLC, Urbancrest, Ohio, $8,145,500 for crane barge dry docking and repair in Port Fourchon, Louisiana.


A&A Services Baldwin Shell JV, Sherwood, Arkansas; A4 Services LLC, Cabot, Arkansas; Alessi-Keyes Construction Co., North Little Rock, Arkansas; AMERIND Inc., Little Rock, Arkansas; AVCOR Construction LLC, Heber Springs, Arkansas; FLYNCO Inc., Little Rock, Arkansas; MGC Construction Services, Salisaw, Oklahoma; Wohali LLC, Fort Smith, Arkansas; Wright Brothers LLC, Andalusia, Alabama, $10,000,000, for maintenance, repair and construction for the Arkansas National Guard.


Nisou LGC JV II LLC, Detroit, Michigan, $18,050,720 to build a remote inspection facility in St. Louis, Missouri.


Enterprise Roofing & Sheet Metal, Dayton, Ohio, $20,958,525 for roofing-related construction at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.


Allstate Heating and Cooling Inc., Lexington, Kentucky; CCCS International LLC, North Charleston, South Carolina; CCS King George2 LLC, Honolulu, Hawaii; Clemons Vasquez JV LLC, Dayton, Ohio; Global Go LLC, Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Howard W. Pence Inc., Elizabethtown, Kentucky; Intec Group Inc., Lexington, Kentucky; Kellie W. Tipton Construction Co., Indian Mound, Tennessee; Native American Services Corp., Kellogg, Idaho; New Dominion Construction LLC, Dumfries, Virginia; PM Jenkins Group-Professional Management Services LLC., Kalamazoo, Michigan; Puyenpa Construction LLC, Duckwater, Nevada; QBS Inc., Alliance, Ohio; S&K Design Build, Saint Ignatius, Montana; Signature Renovations LLC, Capitol Heights, Maryland; T&T Construction Enterprises LLC, Leitchfield, Kentucky; $495,000,000 for construction services for Army 419th Contracting Support Brigade, Fort Campbell, Kentucky.


DKJR Roofing LLC, Le Mars, Iowa, $7,688,758 for roof replacement and repair for Army Field Directorate Office, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.


Harper Construction, San Diego, California, $49,217,634 for a barracks (180,000 sq. ft) and support facilities, Fort Sill, Oklahoma.


SGS LLC, Yukon, Oklahoma, $36,473,887 to construct a dining facility in Lawton, Oklahoma.


Copper River Infrastructure Services LLC, Anchorage, Alaska; PWE Inc., Lawton, Oklahoma; CCI General Contractors LLC Altus, Oklahoma; KOMAN Sustainable Solutions, Anchorage, Alaska; Pono Aina Management LLC, Norman, Oklahoma, $47,500,000, for maintenance, repair, and minor construction at Altus AFB, Oklahoma; Vance AFB, Oklahoma; Sheppard AFB, Texas; and Ebbing Air National Guard Base, Arkansas.


Archer Western Federal JV, Chicago, Illinois, $376,929,000 to construct a weapon storage and maintenance facility in Great Falls, Montana.


Bhate Environmental Associates, Birmingham Alabama, $7,842,283 to build a new kennel facility for military working dogs at F.E. Warren AFB, Wyoming.


Pond Constructions Inc., Peachtree Corners, Georgia, $9,215,640 for maintenance and minor repairs. Work in Peachtree Corners, Georgia; Creech AFB, Reno, Nellis AFB, and Tonopah, Nevada; Hill AFB and Salt Lake City, Utah; Holloman AFB, Kirtland AFB, and Cannon AFB, New Mexico; Tucson, Luke AFB, Gila Bend, Arizona; Palmdale, Travis AFB, Beale AFB, Fresno, Vandenberg AFB, Edwards AFB, Port Hueneme, and March Air Reserve Base, California.


BCI Construction, Pace, Florida; Montcal LLC, Plains, Montana; and AllTech Engineering Corp., Mendota Heights, Minnesota $30,000,000 for various construction projects within the state of California.


Creative Times Dayschool (d.b.a. CTI Construction), Ogden, Utah, $15,323,337 to build a high-capacity installation entrance and commercial vehicle inspection station at Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, Arizona.


Nova Group Inc., Napa, California, $43,406,600 for fuel hydrant replacement at Beale AFB, California.


AECOM, Los Angeles, California, $17,222,486 for preparing a full design solicitation of a new building at the Joint Integrated Test and Training Center, Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson, Alaska.




Curtin Maritime Corp., Long Beach, California, $54,204,676 for construction and maintenance dredging, San Juan Harbor, Puerto Rico.


Seaward Marine Corp., Norfolk, Virginia, $12,936,375 for maintenance dredging in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


Marinex Construction Inc., Charleston, South Carolina, $26,061,200, for inner harbor maintenance dredging, Savannah, Georgia.


The Dutra Group, San Rafael, California, $14,471,750 to dredge the Richmond Inner Harbor, Richmond, California.

Manson Construction Co., Seattle, Washington, $20,955,770 for maintenance dredging in Oakland harbor, California.


Manson Construction Co., Seattle, Washington, $33,054,000 for maintenance dredging in Astoria, Oregon.



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Christian Sorensen is an author, independent journalist, and researcher focused on the business of war.