The U.S. Navy is continuing its investments in its strategic submarine fleet, awarding a $283.1 million contract earlier this month to the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory for work on the Trident (D5) Mk. 6 Guidance System Repair Program. The contract is a sole-source acquisition, the Navy says, obligating fiscal 2014 weapons procurement, Navy contract funds of $243.1 million and $40 million in U.K. contract funds. Continuing common missile work with the U.K. is considered key to the ...

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