Northrop Grumman gets Army laser contract worth $46.9M

03/3/2005 | WashingtonTechnology.com

Northrop Grumman will operate and maintain lasers for the Army Space and Missile Command as part of a five-year, $46.9 million, follow-on contract. The company's Information Technology division will perform the contract, which includes support for the infrared advanced chemical laser, the Sea-Lite beam director and the vacuum test system.

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