U.S Navy Awards $11 Million Contract For Weapons Testing & Engineering Support At China Lake

New Directions Technologies was awarded a contract worth over $111 million from the US Navy.

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Per the contract, the company would provide engineering support services for sensor systems and missiles for weapons research and engineering at the China Lake Testing Grounds.

“New Directions Technologies [of] Ridgecrest, California is awarded a $111,409,699 …contract ….[that] provides engineering support services for system, test, and transition engineering and management analysis,” the Defense Department said in a release.

The Company would supply expertise for weapons systems like sensors and missiles and engineering support for the Naval Air Warfare Centre Weapons Division Research and Engineering Department.

The release added that most work would be done in China Lake, California and the rest at Point Mugu, California.

The contract is for five years and will continue till February 2029, per the release.

References: Goa Chronicle, Tripura Chronicle

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