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ManTech International has secured a five-year, $136 million task order to provide research and development support to the U.S. Marine Corps’ science and technology programs. The award under the Department of Defense Information Analysis Center’s Multiple Award Contract covers support for the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory, Force Design 2030 and emerging capability development, the company said […] More
Sikorsky held a ceremony Friday to mark the completion of the first CH-53K cargo helicopter that was produced for the U.S. Marine Corps at the manufacturer’s digital factory in Stratford, Connecticut. The Lockheed Martin subsidiary built the new King Stallion vehicle using digital technology and other advanced manufacturing equipment, as part of a 200-unit USMC […] More
Four companies have won spots on a potential 10-year, $69 million contract to test and evaluate amphibious and ground combat vehicles for the U.S. Marine Corps. MCSC, which functions as the acquisition unit of the U.S. Marine Corps, received seven offers for the multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract covering support services to the Marine Corps Systems Command […] More
Verizon and Robotic Research have partnered to demonstrate the joint application of a 5G wireless network and a data collection system for an autonomous shuttle pilot program at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego. The 90-day pilot, which is part of the 5G Living Lab initiative on the military installation, will use Verizon’s […] More
Robert Walsh, a retired U.S. Marine Corps lieutenant general, has been tapped by SpiderOak Mission Systems to join the secure communication and collaboration product developer’s federal advisory board and help inform its business strategy and product development efforts. Walsh will contribute nearly four decades of experience in serving at USMC and work with other board […] More

The U.S. Marine Corps has exercised a $184 million contract option to procure additional amphibious combat vehicles from BAE Systems, increasing the number of ACV full-rate production units ordered by the branch to 72. “The ACV was designed to meet the Marines’ needs of today while allowing for growth to meet future mission role requirements," said John Swift, director of amphibious programs at BAE.

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