Virginia-based Science Applications International Corp. has been awarded a nearly $42 million military contract for work on gun and guided missile systems. The overhaul and repair of antenna systems for the U.S. Navy will be performed at SAIC locations in Bedford, Crane and Springville, Indiana.
The systems are critical shipboard systems used to illuminate targets and in defense from enemy aircraft. The contract calls for 45-percent of the work to be done in Bedford, 35-percent at Crane and the remaining 20-percent in Springville. The work is expected to be complete by June 2024. The Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center is the contracting activity.