Hundreds of corporations, big and small, comprise the U.S. war industry. Endless war is the most profitable racket on Earth. The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) allocated at least $81,017,709,583 on 358 individual contracts during March 2019.

 

 

FOREIGN MILITARY SALES (FMS)Through FMS, the U.S. government procures and transfers materiel to allied nations and international organizations. 32 FMS contracts during March 2019 totaled $3,382,245,260.

 

AeroVironment $17,356,084 for FMS (Iraq): Data Link systems for Puma.

 

Boeing $9,919,602 for FMS (Indonesia): six ScanEagle air vehicles, technical services and related support equipment.

 

Intuitive Research & Technology Corp. $36,479,628 for FMS (Taiwan): rapid response and cost effective hardware solutions.

 

General Atomics $34,306,321 for FMS (Spain): MQ-9 Block 5 “procurement action definitization effort.” General Atomics $123,293,911 for FMS (Netherlands): four MQ-9 drones, four Mobile Ground Control Stations, spares, and support equipment. General Atomics $8,925,748 for FMS (France): production and integration of weapons kits onto MQ-9 drones. General Atomics $9,211,561 for FMS (UK): ongoing sustainment of the UK MQ-9 fleet.

 

MAG Aerospace $11,386,672 for FMS (UK): ongoing sustainment, management, development, and network administration of UK MQ-9 Reaper Operations Centers at Creech AFB, Nevada, USA; and RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire, England.

 

Lockheed Martin $264,655,025 for additional operation and technical services in support of South Korea’s F-35 program.

 

L3 $142,000,000 for FMS (unnamed): Group B material and the Ground System Integration Lab for 645th Aeronautical Systems Group. L3 $11,465,007 for FMS (unnamed): Ground System Development and Integration within the 645th Aeronautical Systems Group.

 

Northrop Grumman $349,377,402 for FMS (Poland): two battery sets of Integrated Air & Missile Defense Battle Command System hardware & software.

 

Polskie Zaklady Lotnicze Sp. (Mielec, Poland) $18,982,157 for FMS (Nepal): two M28 aircraft, training, technical publications, and ferrying from Poland, to Kathmandu.

 

United Technologies roughly $29,216,493 for constant frequency generators for U.S. Navy and Japan.

 

United Technologies in support of the F-35 for FMS ($8,170,105). Provides for supplies or services for non-recurring engineering for the identification and correction of service safety and durability deficiencies, maintains specification performance, and matures the propulsion system in advance of service operational use.

 

FMS TO BRUTAL REGIMES

 

BlueForce Inc. $12,325,425 for English language training for the Saudi Air Force at King Abdul Aziz Air Base, Saudi Arabia.

 

Conti Federal Services $15,346,734 for FMS (Apartheid Israel): construction and renovation of an existing kitchen and runway.

 

Harris Corp. $43,263,695 for FMS (Kuwaiti regime): additional AN/ALQ-214 A(V)4/5 Onboard Jammer systems for the F/A-18 E/F aircraft.

 

Lockheed Martin $945,900,000 for FMS (Saudi Arabia): Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) Phase I long lead items, obsolescence, tooling and test equipment, key personnel, line requalification activities, initial training development, System Integration Lab and testbeds, three-level maintenance concept, exportability, and early engineering development.

 

Lockheed Martin $8,469,594 for FMS (Japan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Kuwait, Qatar, Taiwan, UAE, Germany, Netherlands): PAC-3 Missile Support Center Field Missile Activities.

 

Lockheed Martin $1,135,410,156 for FMS (Poland, Bahrain, Romania): Guided Multiple Launch Rocket Systems production. Later corrected to include U.S. Army and USMC procurement.

 

Raytheon $20,853,145 for FMS (Kuwaiti regime): production hardware, upgrade kits, spares.

 

Telephonics Corp. $12,623,588 for FMS (Saudi regime): manufacture, test, and delivery of Next Generation Identification Friend or Foe AN/UPX-40 Interrogator shipsets and installation kits for the Saudi AWACS fleet.

 

UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT (“drones”)

 

Aerovironment $11,176,242 for All Up Rounds.

 

ArgenTech Solutions $44,998,104 for repair and sustainment of sensors (the “eyes” of the drone) utilized on General Atomics MQ-1. Projects managed by Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Electro-Optic Technology Division, including military operations in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, and Africa.

 

Boeing $46,700,000 for the Orca Extra Large Unmanned Undersea Vehicle (XLUUV) program. This award completes the XLUUV competition and brings the total awarded amount for five XLUUVs and associated support elements to $274,400,000.

 

Boeing $17,452,196 for technical services, training, site survey and activation teams, and program management supporting ScanEagle sites in Afghanistan.

 

DZYNE Technologies $48,990,806 to develop technologies established under previous and current contracts, and rapid development and maturation of Airborne, Space, and Terrestrial (ground) technologies and systems so that MONARCH technologies and associated capabilities can be transitioned to military markets.

 

Martin UAV and Textron $99,500,000 for non-developmental tactical unmanned aerial systems.

 

Northrop Grumman $89,534,733 for sustainment and engineering services on the MQ-4C Triton. Also provides field service reps, logisticians, and test support to get MQ-4C air vehicles and mission control and operator training systems up and running.

 

Precision Integrated Programs $11,345,577 for continued drone intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance services for U.S. Marine Corps in Afghanistan.

 

RECRUITMENT & RETENTION – The Pentagon spends hundreds of millions of dollars each year to convince the U.S. populace to fight and support elective wars.

 

Blaine Warren Advertising $19,833,335 for Air Force Reserve Command recruiting service advertising: plan, create, design, produce, place, evaluate, and measure the effectiveness of advertising and special events in support of recruiting & marketing.

 

CENTCOM

 

AAR $34,093,983 for continued helicopter air transportation, moving passengers, cargo, casualties, and human remains in support of the Afghan Air Force. Paid for with U.S. tax dollars: Afghanistan Security Force Funds.

 

ExpFederal $11,254,947 for electrical safety assessments, repairs program, materials management and control services for U.S. Forces-Afghanistan in Bagram.

 

Salient Federal Solutions $21,295,700 for “mission critical” IT communications infrastructure and services in Fayetteville, NC, and Bagram, Afghanistan.

 

SES Government Solutions $8,356,608 for commercial satellite communications service directly supporting U.S. Central Command operations.

 

Vectrus $547,634,003 for base operations support services (BOSS) and security support services at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.

 

Vectrus $44,752,571 for BOSS in Doha, Qatar.

 

Wara Construction Co. $22,206,641 to build an unaccompanied officer's quarters for the Kuwait Ministry of Defense on Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.

 

EUCOM

 

Cubic $7,996,042 for analytical support services in Stuttgart, Germany.

 

INDOPACOM

 

Centerra Group $7,858,289 for BOSS at military and civilian installations in Singapore (includes taking care of the swimming pool).

 

Gilbane $8,403,802 for cleaning, inspecting, and repair of fuel storage tanks at Defense Fuel Support Point Tsurumi, Japan.

 

JJLL LLC $18,353,983 for Philippines operations support for Marine Corps Forces Pacific and Pacific Command Augmentation Team. Work provides management and administration; commercial telephones, cable TV; security; airfield facilities; passenger terminal and cargo handling; ordnance; material management; supply services; morale, welfare and recreation support; galley; billeting; facility management; facility investment; facility services; utilities; base support vehicles and equipment; and environmental services.

 

Valiant Global Defense Services $8,717,022 for operations support services for the Korea Battlefield Simulation Center in Seoul, South Korea.

 

SOCOM

 

Barrett Firearms roughly $49,936,300 for advanced sniper rifles.

 

Leading Technology Composites $50,000,000 for SOF Personal Equipment Advance Requirements Tactical Standalone (SPEAR) and Modular Supplemental Armor Protection (MASP) ballistic plates.

 

Sierra Nevada Corp. $23,702,941 for permanent installation of MC-130J Airborne Mission Networking (AbMN).

 

Tactical & Survival Specialties, W.S. Darley & Co., Atlantic Diving Supply, Federal Resources Supply Co., Unifire Inc., Quantico Tactical shared $4,000,000,000 for special operations equipment.

 

DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY (DARPA)

 

Agile Defense $7,157,890 for unclassified IT services for DARPA. Galois Inc. $9,925,508 for System Security Integrated Through Hardware and firmware (SSITH) program for DARPA.

 

NATIONAL GEOSPATIAL-INTELLIGENCE AGENCY (NGA)

 

McCarthy HITT – Next NGA West JV $711,651,970 to build the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s new facility in St. Louis, MO.

 

ACADEMIA ­– U.S. academia is part of the U.S. war industry. Their reasons for participating vary.

 

Boston College $10,632,835 for R&D “extending and exploiting existing tools, assets, and information to maximize near-term benefits” to the federal government, “while simultaneously generating new ideas, innovations and basic research for next-generation technologies promising new, in some cases revolutionary, capabilities for the warfighter.”

 

TELECOM COMPLICITY

 

AT&T $12,080,764, for year three of the Northstar Long-Haul Telecommunications Network and associated transmission circuits for an Ultra-High Frequency/Line of Sight communications system network.

 

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35)

 

Granite Construction $10,090,645 for F-35 vertical landing pads and taxiway at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, CA.

 

Lockheed Martin $32,721,119 for F-35 kits, tooling and retrofit activities for air systems for USAF ($9,702,671; 30%); Navy ($9,212,841; 28%); Marine Corps ($7,844,070; 24%); non-U.S. DOD participants ($5,379,058; 16%); FMS ($582,479; 2%).

 

Lockheed Martin $9,963,210 for additional production ancillary mission equipment in support of F-35 non-U.S. DOD participant aircraft.

 

Lockheed Martin $14,587,657 for 62 Organic Light Emitting Diode Helmet Display Units and spares for F-35 for U.S. Navy ($7,293,829; 50%) and USMC ($7,293,828; 50%).

 

Lockheed Martin $9,685,470 to develop and integrate the Digital Channelized Receiver/Techniques Generator and Tuner Insertion Program into the F-35 Australia, Canada, U.K. Reprogramming Lab and deliver other upgrades to the facility. Work at Eglin AFB, Eglin, FL.

 

United Technologies’ Pratt & Whitney makes the F-35 engine. United Technologies $18,434,122 for F-135 long lead items in support of non-U.S. DOD participants. United Technologies in support of F-35 for Navy ($25,363,518; 36%); Air Force ($24,943,370; 35%); non-DOD ($12,930,389; 18%): provides for supplies or services for non-recurring engineering for the identification and correction of service safety and durability deficiencies, maintains specification performance, and matures the propulsion system in advance of service operational use.

 

OSPREY (V-22)

 

Bell Boeing JPO $85,718,447 to upgrade four MV-22 aircraft from Block B to Block C configuration in support of the Common Configuration Readiness and Modernization Program (CC-RAM). In addition, provides for planned maintenance interval effort for one of the CC-RAM aircraft. 

 

Bell Boeing JPO $18,663,905 for V-22 Proprotor Hub spring and drive link kits and spare kits. Purchases: USMC ($13,355,718; 72%), Air Force ($2,891,600; 15%). Also provides twelve interim spare drive links, three interim spare hub springs and nine proprotor hub spring and drive link kits to Japan ($2,416,587; 13%).

 

EAGLE (F-15)

 

Raytheon Aberdeen Proving Ground $21,186,712 to retrofit F-15 fleet IFF units.

 

HORNET (F-18)

 

Boeing max. ~$4 billion for the full-rate production and delivery of 78 F/A-18 aircraft, specifically 61 F/A-18E and 17 F/A-18F aircraft for fiscal years 2018 through 2021.

 

General Electric $77,600,136 for repair, replacement, and program support of 35 family groups of F404 engine components used on the F/A-18 A-D aircrafts. 

 

Moog Inc. max. $18,618,768 to support the F/A-18 aircraft for U.S. Navy.

 

Raytheon $57,980,007 to repair weapon repairable assemblies for the APG-79 radar system used on Boeing F/A-18 aircraft. Work in Forest, MS.

 

United Technologies ~$13,099,996 for spare parts for F/A-18 aircraft.

 

ELECTRONIC WARFARE AIRCRAFT (GROWLER & PROWLER)

 

Raytheon $12,192,816 for engineering and test support for the ALQ-249 Next Generation Jammer (NGJ) in development for U.S. Navy Boeing EA-18G aircraft.

 

Raytheon roughly $17,828,176 for aircraft radar system spare parts for USA and Canada.

 

Raytheon max. $26,490,520 for receiver transmitters for the Navy.

 

AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING (HAWKEYE & SENTRY)

 

Northrop Grumman $23,300,000 for repair coverage of eight items that are part of E-2D.

 

MERCURY (E-6)

 

Northrop Grumman $37,496,252 for seven MR-TCDL B-Kits, one Mission Avionics Systems Trainer B-Kit, and associated A- and B-Kit spares for MR-TCDL upgrade to the E-6B Mercury aircraft.

 

United Technologies Rockwell Collins $14,824,692 for engineering for development of facilities, equipment, and material to implement the Block II Sustainment and Support System, E-6B Mercury aircraft.

 

POSEIDON (P-8) & ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE

 

Boeing $326,295,367 to develop, integrate and test Increment 3 Block capabilities into P-8A aircraft for U.S. Navy and Australia.

 

Boeing $7,123,294 for turret drive units for the P-8 aircraft. Some FMS (UK).

 

ViaSat $7,133,760 for radio receivers for the P-8 aircraft.

 

SPOOKY

 

Sierra Nevada Corp. $317,000,000 for Precision Strike Package program (provides contractor logistics support in support of AC-130W and AC-130J gunships) at Cannon AFB, NM; and Hurlburt Field, FL.

 

STRATEGIC / TACTICAL AIRLIFT

 

Aero Components max. $10,000,000 for consumable and depot-level repairables for C5 panels for USAF. Top Flight Aerostructures max. $10,000,000 for consumable and depot-level repairables for C5 panels for USAF.

 

AERIAL REFUELING

 

CAE USA $7,245,585 for support of the KC-135 Aircrew Training System.

 

FlightSafety Services Corp. $29,496,514 for KC-46 Aircrew Training System production.

 

Omega Aerial Refueling Services $92,370,920 for continued aerial refueling services for USA and FMS during missions ranging from basic training to multi-national exercises.

 

MILITARY RESEARCH LABS

 

Assurance Technology Corp. $13,959,231 for R&D for the Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) System for Naval Research Laboratory Space Systems Development Department.

 

Atmospheric & Environmental Research (AER) $21,559,320 for R&D on next-generation space environment model, space environment related product development support, and design/prototyping of space weather sensors in Lexington, MA, and Kirtland AFB, NM.

 

Etegent Technologies Ltd. $24,500,000 for R&D of cognitively-derived analyst tools to support the integration of more fully integrated intelligence products to the warfighter, and “transitioning of analyst-aiding tools and technologies within the DOD ‘intelligence community.’” Work at Air Force Research Lab, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.

 

JASR Systems $8,107,308 for R&D of chip-scale Optical Phased Arrays and Light Detection and Ranging systems that leverages DARPA Modular Optical Aperture Building Blocks (MOABB) Phase 1, and maps to Phases 2 and 3.

 

Millennium Engineering & Integration Co. $340,000,000 for R&D in support of the AFRL Space Vehicles Directorate, Kirtland AFB, NM.

 

National Aerospace Solutions $72,894,364 for test operations, technology development, equipment and facility sustainment, capital improvements and some support services for Arnold Engineering Development Complex at Arnold AFB, TN.

 

Scientific Applications Research Associates $100,000,000 for Golden Horde Science & Technology demonstration effort: support R&D of emerging munition technologies and integrated weapon demonstrations. Effort is conceptualized as a fast-paced AFRL-led demonstration project executed under the auspices of Team Eglin Weapon Consortium.

 

Space Ground Systems Solutions $19,729,508 for spacecraft engineering, software, R&D services to the Naval Center for Space Technology, Naval Research Lab. Space Ground Systems Solutions is a subsidiary of Braxton Science & Technology Group (Colorado Springs, CO).

 

SRI International $11,312,731 for low frequency high power satellite calibration research and development. Work in Menlo Park, CA (65%); at the Bluestar Antenna Facility in Stanford, CA (35%) for Naval Research Laboratory.

 

United Technologies (Goodrich) $92,890,000 for Hyperspectral Imaging, AgilePod®, Standoff High Resolution Imaging Next Era, and Multi-Mode Lidar R&D: provides research and integration of existing electro-optical, infrared, radio frequency, multispectral imaging, hyperspectral imaging, and lidar sensors and related ISR technologies in order to develop the Air Force’s next generation ISR sensor.

 

REDSTONE ARSENAL – Every major war corporation has a presence at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama.

 

Torch Technologies $8,815,000 for strategic systems engineering, integration, test and analysis, Redstone Arsenal, AL.

 

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND

 

Edmond Scientific Co. $46,750,681 for scientific services for Aberdeen Proving Ground. Kiple Acquisition Science Technology Logistics & Engineering $10,000,000 to provide technical and analytical expertise, and administrative assistance.

 

HELICOPTERS

 

AECOM $21,842,000 for repair or recap of aircraft structures, engines, transmissions, blades, and components for various rotary wing aircraft in Corpus Christi, TX. AECOM $11,938,722 for support functions of the depot in facilities maintenance, supply logistics, and administrative duties in Corpus Christi, TX.

 

Beaver Aerospace & Defense max. $9,036,355 for linear electro-mechanical actuators for U.S. Army.

 

DynCorp $9,673,729 for the rotary wing aircraft maintenance in support of aircraft assigned to the 11th Wing and their customers at Joint Base Andrews, MD.

 

Lockheed Martin $23,882,121 for engineering, logistics, tooling management support and technical data services for sustainment, operation, maintenance, and training in support of all domestic and foreign H-60 variants.

 

Northrop Grumman $10,242,891 for depot level repair, maintenance, and modifications of AN/AQS-24 Mine Detecting System for currently deployed airborne mine countermeasures legacy systems. NG will provide depot repairs and incorporate engineering change proposals, including updates of all integrated logistics support documentation to support conversions and sustainment.

 

Northrop Grumman $104,043,071 for up to 503 technical refresh mission computers for UH-1Y, AH-1Z and UH-60V aircraft, including production units; retrofit units; and spare units for the Marine Corps, DLA, and Bahrain under the FMS Act. 

 

GENERAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE

 

Boeing $71,345,504 for engineering and integrated logistics to maintain the T/AV-8B Harrier. Boeing $16,187,822 for engineering services in support of the development of the T/AV-8B aircraft, including system configuration set updates, avionics and weapons integration, and avionics obsolescence mitigation.

 

DynCorp $18,578,053 for J85 engine maintenance at Laughlin AFB, TX.

 

DynCorp $19,502,855 for USA and FMS (Netherlands and Kuwait): aviation field maintenance services. Work in Fort Worth, TX; Germany; and Kuwait.

 

DynCorp $114,891,439 for organizational level maintenance and logistics support and support equipment for rotary, fixed, lighter-than-air, and unmanned aircraft assigned to the Naval Test Wing Atlantic, Patuxent River, MD.

 

Merex Aircraft $18,300,000 for flap assemblies for the A-10.

 

Parker Hannifin Corp. $7,979,568 for adding national stock numbers supporting multiple Navy aircrafts.

 

Vertex Aerospace $19,963,187 for additional TH-57 logistics support services and materials for organizational and depot level maintenance.

 

INDUSTRIAL BASE – GENERAL

 

Lockheed Martin $22,587,012 for the Air Force Industrial Product-Support Vendor (IPV) program. 

 

AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENTATION, PODS & SENSORS

 

Air Cruisers Co. $8,026,673 to repair five various life raft inflatables in support of the Multi-Place Life Rafts System for use on various aircraft.

 

Eaton Aeroquip max. $8,992,216 for hoses, assemblies and other related parts.

 

Honeywell $12,788,000 for Inertial Navigation Systems for U.S. Army. Honeywell $7,724,728 for Inertial Navigation Kits for U.S. Army.

 

Lockheed Martin $8,821,316 for Honeywell Inertial Measurement Units.

 

S&K Engineering & Research $18,581,032 for the Reliability, Availability, & Maintainability Logistics Engineering Support System for Pods and Integrated Systems program. RAMPOD supports collection of maintenance and inventory data for all Air Force pods, support equipment, and specialized avionics. Services are continuous operations, system engineering, and software sustainment support for RAMPOD program, servers, applications and users. 

 

AIRCRAFT PERSONNEL DEVICES

 

Rockwell Collins & Elbit $22,137,097 for 132 Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System (JHMCS), Night Vision Cueing and Display Systems (NVCD)—56 for U.S. Navy, 55 for Australia and 21 for Switzerland. Purchases: U.S. Navy ($9,312,361; 42%), Australia ($9,108,738; 41%); Switzerland ($3,715,998; 17%). Also provides technical data, non-recurring engineering and services to perform installation & testing of the JHMCS/NVCD.

 

AIRBORNE COUNTERMEASURES

 

Leonardo DRS (an Italian corporation run by a former U.S. Deputy War Secretary) $16,446,556 for Distributed Aperture Infrared Countermeasures (DAIRCM) sensors and processors for USAF ($9,205,760; 56%), Navy ($4,363,996; 27%); Army ($2,876,800; 17%).

 

AIRCRAFT PROPULSION

 

Boeing $20,000,000 for Advanced Turbine Technologies for Affordable Mission-Capability Phase I. 

 

EXPEDITIONARY FAST TRANSPORT (EPF) – The U.S. war machine co-opts foreign nations in part through spending money on their niche war corporations. Austal is an Australian corporation that the Pentagon contracts for certain Naval products.

 

Austal USA $13,586,012 for incorporating a structural bow section engineering change proposal to the 11th and 12th Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF) ships (formerly Joint High Speed Vessel – JHSV). Austal USA $261,776,539 for detail design and construction of the 13th and 14th EPF ships, and to “definitize” the long-lead-time material for EPF 13 and 14.

 

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

 

Northrop Grumman $45,529,117 for engineering services to support the Littoral Combat Ship Mission Modules Program. Engineering services will be provided to support the existing efforts of the LCS Mission Modules Program. 

 

Rolls-Royce $32,462,990 for two spare MT30 and one MT5S Marine Gas Turbine Engines (MGTEs). MGTEs are installed in LCS 1-variant littoral combat ships (hulls 5 through 25 only) and DDG 1000-class destroyers.

 

Archer Western Construction $17,820,000 for design and construction of P426 Littoral Combat Ship parking garage (five-stories, 1,355-vehicles) at Naval Station Mayport, FL.

 

LANDING PLATFORM, DOCK (LPD)

 

BAE Systems $41,895,897 for USS Anchorage (LPD 23) FY2019 selected restricted availability.

 

Huntington Ingalls $1,471,290,677 for detail design and construction of LPD 30.

 

ARLEIGH BURKE-CLASS DESTROYERS (DDG)

 

General Dynamics $10,950,758 for DDG 51 class lead yard services, including engineering and technical assistance for new-construction DDG 51-class ships.

 

Ultra Electronics Ocean Systems $46,795,460 for TR-343 Sonar Transducers shipsets for new construction of Arleigh Burke class destroyers. TR-343 transducer is part of the AN/SQS-53 hull mounted sonar array assembly which is a component of AN/SQQ-89(V) acoustic sonar weapons system. 

 

ZUMWALT-CLASS DESTROYERS (DDG-1000) – DDG-1000 class ships are marketed as fulfilling “volume firepower and precision strike requirements.” These ships are packed with electronic goods from war corporations.

 

Raytheon $9,140,826 for DDG 1000 ship class integrated logistics support and engineering services.

 

NIMITZ-CLASS AIRCRAFT CARRIERS (CVN)

 

General Atomics $11,739,438 for manufacture of 181 line items for initial spares acquisition in support of Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS) used on aircraft carriers. General Atomics $18,898,425 for EMALS integrated test and evaluation effort for test site operations, Failure Reporting Analysis and Corrective Actions System, prototype and testing, environmental qualification testing and remediation, electromagnetic interference testing, and training efforts.

 

General Dynamics max. $465,150,000 for CVN shipyard availabilities. 

 

Merrill Technologies Group and Precision Custom Components LLC shared $42,240,000 for the delivery of various components in support of the aircraft launch and recovery and support equipment programs, to include critical safety item/critical application item.

 

SUBMARINES

 

BAE Systems $21,489,013 for propulsors and tailcones for Virginia-class submarines SSN 802 and SSN 803.

 

General Dynamics $76,210,586 for efforts and alterations during USS South Dakota (SSN 790) post-delivery work period in Groton, CT. General Dynamics $60,000,000 for additional support and services during USS South Dakota’s (SSN 790) post-delivery work period. General Dynamics $55,077,981 for planning and execution efforts and installation of the Stern Area System during USS South Dakota’s (SSN 790) post-delivery work period.

 

General Dynamics $23,689,683 for planning and material procurement requirements associated with repair work on USS John Warner (SSN 785).

 

General Dynamics $41,835,268 to staff, operate and accomplish the efforts associated with supporting a nuclear regional maintenance department at Naval Submarine Base New London, Groton, CT, in support of returning mission-ready submarines to the fleet.

 

General Dynamics $2,039,763,908 for additional material (to include Long Lead Time Material and Economic Ordering) associated with the FY2019 – FY2023 Virginia class submarines (SSNs 802 – 811).

 

Lockheed Martin $27,510,334 for electronic warfare AN/BLQ-10 kits and spares to support program requirements.

 

L3 $8,665,266 for production of Low Profile Photonics Mast. The low profile photonics mast provides visual and other capabilities for Navy submarines. 

 

L3 $43,094,331 for TB-29C towed arrays.

 

Northrop Grumman $273,053,534 for technical engineering services, design and development engineering, component and full scale test and evaluation engineering, and tactical underwater launcher hardware production to support the development and production of the Common Missile Compartment.

 

Vet Industrial, Inc. $7,462,050 for asbestos cleanup, mechanical upgrades and trench repairs to Farragut Tunnel, Naval Base Kitsap and Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, WA.

 

SURFACE SHIP MAINTENANCE

 

Cabrillo Enterprises, South Bay Sand Blasting & Tank Cleaning, Surface Technologies Corp. got a combined $10,000,000 for deck covering removal and non-skid installation services on board Navy ships at Southwest Regional Maintenance Center, San Diego.

 

East Coast Repair & Fabrication LLC $212,967,725 for repair, maintenance, and modernization of surface combatants (DDG- and CG-) class and amphibious (LSD, LPD and LHD) class ships homeported in Mayport, FL.

 

Huntington Ingalls $118,446,807 for USS Rushmore (LSD 47) FY2019 drydock selected restricted availability.

 

SHIP WEAPONRY

 

BAE Systems $70,672,462 for five overhauled/upgraded Mk 45 Mod 4 gun mounts and associated components.

 

BAE Systems $18,184,174 for nine OE-120B/UPX Identification Friend or Foe antenna groups and one retrofit kit for the Navy.

 

Boeing $40,000,000 for Infra-Red Search and Track Ship Sets.

 

Chemring Ordnance $10,406,730 for 57mm High Explosive – Point Detonating cartridges. The 57mm HE-PD Cartridge is an electrically-primed cartridge designed to function in the MK 110 Gun Mount. The MK 110 is employed on the Littoral Combat Ship class and the Coast Guard Legend-class National Security Cutters.

 

Lockheed Martin $20,889,135 for continued development, integration, and production of U.S. Navy’s AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 Surface Ship Undersea Warfare System, which is marketed as being able to search, detect, classify, localize and track undersea contacts, and to engage and evade submarines, mine-like small objects and torpedo threats. Some FMS to Australia.

 

Lockheed Martin $12,864,191 for engineering and maintenance services for Mk 48 Torpedo Program at the Intermediate Maintenance Activity Pearl Harbor, HI.

 

RAM-System, Gesellschaft Mit Beschrankter Haftung (Ottobrunn, Germany) Ř81,411,978 and $1,137,479 for requirements for Germany Navy Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) MK 49 guided missile launching systems, and associated shipboard hardware and spares. Funded 100% by Germany. In cooperation with Germany, RAM is designed to provide anti-ship missile defense. Overseas work in Ulm (17%), Roethenbach (16%), Schrobenhausen (16%), Ottobrunn (9%), Germany. Raytheon $91,872,559 for RAM guided missile round pack and spare replacement components. 44% of work in Ottobrunn, Germany.

 

Raytheon $97,784,232 for long-lead material in support of Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile (ESSM) block 2 low-rate initial production requirements. 

 

Raytheon $402,658,015 for three Air and Missile Defense Radar Program (AMDR) to be deployed on DDG 51 Flight III-class ships.

 

NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVSEA)

 

General Dynamics $21,778,191 for engineering services and Navy equipment.

 

Gravois Aluminum Boats $20,628,477 for twelve 40-foot patrol boats.

 

Leonardo DRS $10,468,575 to procure an energy magazine prototype design and associated prototypes to supply power to a laser weapon system.

 

Progeny Systems $32,713,735 for Navy systems production and modernization of Navy equipment and engineering services.

 

NAVAL AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVAIR)

 

Booz Allen Hamilton $18,143,171 for additional technical, analytical and managerial services in support of the Naval Aviation Enterprise in Patuxent River, MD.

 

NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER AIRCRAFT DIVISION (NAWCAD)

 

BAE Systems $93,962,658 to design, procure, integrate, test, train, deliver, and support command, control, communications, computers and intelligence (C4I) systems, information and computer systems, and sensor systems for various platforms, including ships, drones, shore installations and ground based systems.

 

Research & Engineering Development LLC $42,791,557 to provide engineering services in support of NAWCAD Human Systems Department. “The Human Systems Department identifies, develops, and implements Human Engineering and Human Systems Integration analysis and design solutions” for various aviation and weapon systems, and associated maintenance and training elements. 

 

NAVAL SURFACE WARFARE

 

Corvid Technologies $223,277,038 for hardware, equipment and components for manufacturing and integration of short- and medium-range sub-orbital flight vehicles supporting Navy, other government agencies, and FMS testing over a five-year ordering period. The flight vehicles are exo-atmospheric rocket-based vehicles specifically configured to deliver payloads and test articles into a flight regime of interest for systems under test. Purchases: U.S. Navy (76%); other government agencies (12%); FMS to Japan (12%).

 

HDT Expeditionary Systems and Design West Technologies shared $78,565,403 for M98 gas particulate filter sets.

 

Optics 1 Inc. $12,000,000 for production, repair, and engineering support for ground based operational surveillance system (G-BOSS) light optical camera.

 

Raytheon $49,989,867 to support radar antenna system overhauls, coatings, shipboard installations and removals, and incidental technical support services for multiple Radar Restoration Program systems (“critical shipboard systems providing detect-to-engage capability to defend against incoming enemy aircraft and/or missiles.”) Some systems provide safe navigation processes for collision avoidance. Involves FMS to Taiwan.

 

Raytheon $39,718,809 for three APY-10 Radar System production kits for P-8A Poseidon Lot 10 production aircraft for U.S. Navy ($9,168,076; 23%); FMS ($30,550,733; 77%). 1.4% work in Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada (1.4%).

 

Seemann Composites $74,370,830 for out-of-autoclave composite fabrication practices and procedures for large-scale, marine composite structures. Extends understanding gained within the prior initiatives through further development, design integration and testing of engineering solutions to address hybrid material and composite laminate fabrication of marine/Navy-relevant components.

 

SimVentions $12,000,000 for continued development, extension, and upgrade of AN/SLQ-32(V)X Tactical Simulator tools delivered in support of Navy training.

 

Ultra Electronics Ocean Systems $27,978,119 for development and production of Next Generation Surface Search Radar qualification systems (NGSSR), which aims to find a replacement for legacy systems “due to current military threats and obsolescence issues.” The new NGSSR system would replace all variants of the current AN/SPS-67, AN/SPS-73, BridgeMaster E series, and commercial-of-the-shelf RADAR systems.

 

Starwin Industries Inc., Garrity Tool Co., Loughmiller Machine, Tool & Design Inc., D-J Engineering Inc., MSP Aviation Inc., Integrity Defense Services, Middletown Composites Inc. $35,000,000 for machined parts or composite components in support of build-to-print machine shop requirements for supplies related to EA-6B, EA-18G and P-8A aircraft components, as well as various other related platforms.

 

SPACE & NAVAL WARFARE SYSTEMS COMMAND (SPAWAR) – Recently renamed Naval Information Warfare Center.

 

Advantaged Solutions, Alamo City Engineering, Carahsoft, Oakland Consulting Group share roughly $975,000,000 for DOD Enterprise Software Initiative for SAP Public Services Inc. commercial-off-the-shelf software; software maintenance support; IT professional services; and Cloud services. For DOD, U.S. “intelligence community,” Coast Guard, and the federal government worldwide.

 

Gartner Inc., Forrester Research Inc., and FEDmine shared $446,000,000 under DOD Enterprise Software Initiative (ESI) blanket purchase agreement in the category of Information Technology Research and Informative Services for DOD U.S. “intelligence community,” and Coast Guard activities worldwide.

 

Leonardo DRS $29,556,100 for design and system engineering support for interior communication systems material support to U.S. naval vessels for Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic, Charleston, SC.

 

QRC Technologies $13,748,268 for QRC brand materials and components, hardware deliverables, and engineering services required to support design, upgrade, integration, test, and evaluation of sensor system integration projects for the Navy and SOCOM.

 

CYBER, SIGINT & CRYPTOGRAPHY

 

Assured Information Security $48,444,066 provides Air Force with tools and technologies to aid cyber warfare. Provides R&D and transition of cyber technologies “to enable rapid cyber operations” and will “result in the accelerated delivery of innovative cyber solutions to the warfighter.” This is a sound example of industry jargon in Pentagon contracts.

 

CACI $810,000,000 for sustainment and modernization of mobile command & control systems.

 

Carahsoft $11,493,287 for Veritas software maintenance at Fort Belvoir. Carahsoft $13,350,000 to provide Symantec brand-name software licenses, maintenance, and subscription renewals for Navy / USMC agencies worldwide. 

 

General Dynamics $217,000,000 for the 480th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing (480 ISRW) technical operations support. Supports Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS) network weapon system and such supporting activities as development, integration, maintenance, administration, management, documentation, assessment, disposal and troubleshooting of 480 ISRW IT assets at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA; and Beale AFB, CA.

 

Hensel Phelps Construction $650,518,000 for East Campus Building 3 construction project at Fort Meade, MD.

 

L3 $48,417,986 for FMS (unnamed): additional engineering effort. Provides for non-recurring engineering for the design effort of the ground system for 645th Aeronautical Systems Group.

 

Northrop Grumman $113,806,534 for computing services at Fort Huachuca, AZ.

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & THE CLOUD

 

Applied Visual Technology $10,153,464 for systems engineering and software support.

 

 

CA Inc. $84,913,699 for software capacity licensing and maintenance / sustainment support at various Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) locations (Mechanicsburg, PA; Ogden, UT; Montgomery, AL; and Oklahoma City). NextGen Federal Systems $7,142,540 for independent verification / validation of software in support of DISA Command & Control, primarily at Fort Meade DISA HQ.

 

Dell roughly $231,170,000 for VMware software licenses, maintenance and services to U.S. Navy. Products will meet following capabilities: data center & Cloud infrastructure; networking & security; storage & availability; Cloud management; network functions virtualization; digital workspace; desktop & application virtualization; and training.

 

GovSmart Inc. $13,836,827 for Solarwinds network maintenance software licenses and engineer toolkit annual maintenance licenses.

 

Pinnacle Solutions Inc. $553,200,000 for instruction, mission support, information technology network support, operations and logistics.

 

Siemens $8,342,000 for commercially available off-the-shelf brand-name Siemens software licenses and support at a Navy facility in Norfolk, VA.

 

Smartronix Inc. $72,374,593 to provide information management and IT support to sustain analysis, design, development, integration, test, deployment and operations of IT systems and services. Includes help desk, software engineering, financial and business application, server operations, application hosting, desktop, audiovisual and video teleconferencing support services. 

 

Valiant Global Defense Services $60,685,000 for mission support services at Fort Polk.

 

7 corporations compete for $37,400,000,000 for knowledge based professional engineering support services for programs with C4ISR related requirements.

 

COMMUNICATIONS

 

General Dynamics ~$92,900,000 for the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical Increment 1 system.

 

General Dynamics $7,200,000 for Air Force Air Defense Communications Services throughout mainland U.S., AK, HI, and the colony of Guam.

 

L3 $13,439,800 for Remote Operated Video Enhanced Receiver (ROVER.pdf) hardware production.

 

R. B. Allen Co. max. $7,531,007 to provide U.S. Navy with casualty control communication systems to include technical data, training, testing, and shipping.

 

Tribalco $12,043,813 for radio systems and services.

 

Raytheon $7,602,005 to produce, test and deliver fully integrated Navy Multiband Terminals (NMT). NMT is a satellite communications system.

 

MICROELECTRONICS

 

GlobalFoundries U.S. 2 $121,000,000 for “access to leading edge, current, and legacy microelectronics and trusted processes” for Defense Microelectronics Activity, McClellan, CA. SRI International ~$87,707,816 for generalized emulation of microcircuits production program.

 

SATELLITE LAUNCHES

 

Call Henry $10,200,000 for management & support, maintenance & repair, operations, other services and minor alteration related to launch operations support at Vandenberg AFB, CA. RGNext (a JV between Raytheon and General Dynamics) $81,597,046 for Launch and Test Range System Integrated Support operations, maintenance, and sustainment primarily at the Western Range at Vandenberg AFB, CA; and the Eastern Range at Patrick AFB, FL.

 

SATELLITES & SPACE SUPPORT

 

Lockheed Martin $92,839,119 for engineering services, interim logistics services, spares and associated material on Mobile User Objective System (MUOS).

 

Northrop Grumman $16,271,270 for post-operational support for the Enhanced Polar System Control & Planning Segment. Provides factory expertise/support to ongoing operations, support transition from development to sustainment activities, and the delivery and installation of two software updates. 

 

MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY (MDA) – After intense lobbying by the U.S. war industry, the D.C. regime pulled out of the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty in 2002. This paved the way for the establishment of the Missile Defense Agency, and allowed the U.S. war industry to develop, market, and sell “ballistic missile defense” weaponry. This weaponry is one of the most profitable sectors of the U.S. war industry.

 

Boeing $29,000,000 to complete their laser scaling and beam control critical design review in support of the Low Power Laser Demonstrator risk reduction for MDA.

 

Boeing $4,141,315,338 for Ground-based Midcourse Defense (GMD) Development and Sustainment (DSC). Includes delivery of a new missile field with 20 silos and two additional silos in a previously constructed missile field at Fort Greely, AK. Boeing’s team includes Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, and other subcontractors. 

 

General Atomics $29,000,000 to complete its laser scaling and beam control critical design review in support of the Low Power Laser Demonstrator risk reduction. Lockheed Martin $30,000,000 to complete their laser scaling and beam control critical design review in support of the Low Power Laser Demonstrator risk reduction.

 

Lockheed Martin $506,900,000 for incidental services, hardware, facilities, equipment, and technical, planning, management, manufacturing, and testing efforts to produce PAC-3 missiles.

 

Lockheed Martin $237,523,200 for development and qualification of a hardware design to the Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System.

 

L3 $8,272,568 to investigate, model, and execute proof-of-principle and scaled ground-test demonstrations to assess the ability of a laser to enhance and impart effects on plasma.

 

Raytheon $14,162,806 for continued production support and engineering for the SM-3 Block IB program. (Total spent so far on this one contract: $1,809,111,002.)

 

MISSILE TRACKING

 

Summit Technical Solutions $7,399,030 for Perimeter Acquisition Radar Attack Characterization System (PARCS). management, operation, maintenance, and logistical support at Cavalier Air Force Station, North Dakota.

 

NUCLEAR WEAPONRY

 

Boeing $250,000,000 for Long Range Stand-Off Cruise Missile weapon system integration. Issued via Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, Eglin AFB, FL.

 

Peerless Technologies $18,470,211 for engineering and technical formulating a framework for systems engineering, testing, sustainment, and operational support for integration of B61-12 All Up Round and legacy gravity systems at Kirtland AFB, NM. FMS funds will also be used during the period of performance. 

 

HYPERSONICS – War corporations, think tanks, and Congress hype the “threat” of Beijing and Moscow in order to justify design, development, and sale of an entirely new sector of the war industry: hypersonic missiles and aircraft.

 

CUBRC Inc. $23,208,996 to research and testing of high-speed vehicle concepts, and analysis of supersonic and hypersonic vehicles and their components.

 

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES

 

Accurate Energetic Systems and Spectra Technologies compete for $45,000,000 for Trinitrotoluene and plastic bonded explosive N-9.

 

General Dynamics $27,600,096 for the BLU-134/B Improved Lethality Warhead.

 

General Dynamics $10,070,668 for capital maintenance of Navy Industrial Reserve Ordnance Plant in Pittsfield, MA. BAE Systems $9,576,532 for natural gas and fuel oil for the commissioning and emission testing of the new natural gas-fired steam plant under construction at Holston Army Ammunition Plant in Kingsport, TN.

 

Hensel Phelps Construction $59,456,363 for construction of Advanced Munitions Technology complex in Eglin AFB, FL.

 

Lockheed Martin $84,108,050 for design & development studies, technology demonstrations, and engineering to develop Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile, Long Range Anti-Ship Missile, Joint Air-to-Ground Missile, and Hellfire baseline weapon systems. 

 

Lockheed Martin $9,127,496 for Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile Enterprise Management System 8.0.  

 

L3 $10,826,161 for M734A1 Multi-Option Fuze.

 

L3 $131,780,189 for Cockpit-Selectable Height-of-Burst Sensor. Replaces current DSU-33D/B height-of-burst sensor and will address obsolescence issues, improve performance and add functionality. War corporations plan obsolescence into their products just like other corporations. The only difference is that war corporations then charge for obsolescence resolution and obsolescence monitoring.

 

Northrop Grumman $322,504,595 for the engineering and manufacturing development of AGM-88G, Advanced Anti-Radiation Guided Missile – Extended Range (AARGM-ER). Includes design, integration and test of a new solid rocket motor for AARGM-ER for use on the F/A-18E/F, EA-18G and F-35A/C aircraft platforms.

 

Raytheon $18,687,676 for 120 antenna kits for Tomahawk Block IV recertification.

 

Raytheon/Lockheed Martin Javelin JV $18,455,300 for Spiral 3 component qualification and system design.

 

ORDNANCE DISPOSAL / COUNTER-IED

 

Northrop Grumman $245,048,211 for the Joint Counter-Radio-Controlled Improvised Explosive Device Electronic Warfare (JCREW) Increment 1 Block 1 systems production. “This integrated design maximizes commonality across all capabilities, reduces life cycle costs and provides increased protection against worldwide threats.” FMS funding from Australia $2,159,560 obligated.

 

Peraton $8,543,905 for procurement and support of Transmitting Set Countermeasures AN/PLT-4 to support EOD personnel. AN/PLT-4 is a man-portable system.

 

MOBILE RADAR

 

Northrop Grumman $8,542,569 for software release & electronic protection supporting ongoing Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar (G/ATOR) Gallium Nitride efforts.

 

LAND VEHICLES

 

Acrow Corp. of America and Mabey Bridge Ltd. of Gloucestershire, UK $250,000,000 for wet and dry gap line of communication bridges.

 

BAE Systems $9,323,130 for engineering, logistics, and fielding support for Bradley Fighting Vehicles, the Multiple Launch Rocket System Carrier, and the M113 Armored Personnel Carrier.

 

General Dynamics $10,004,869 for M1 Abrams systems technical support. General Dynamics $46,249,658 for Abrams systems technical support.

 

General Dynamics $58,911,077 for new 120mm M1002 cartridges and 120mm M865 recap cartridges for 120mm tank training ammunition.

 

Freightliner of Savannah max. $7,312,500 for diesel engines for U.S. Army.

 

Oshkosh Defense $15,580,588 to incorporate an engineering change proposal low velocity aerial delivery A1 transmission support plate, mid-power pack, and mounts, rails and mid-power pack into the baseline configuration of the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle family of vehicles.Oshkosh Defense max. $11,789,305 for diesel engines for U.S. Army.

 

Northrup Grumman $36,815,048 for 120mm tank training ammunition M1002 new production cartridges and 120mm tank training ammunition M865 recapitalized cartridges.

 

Oshkosh Defense $23,577,120 for recapitalized Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Trucks.

 

Wiscraft $45,651,972 for the Urban Operations Squad Set. Wiscraft $45,007,608 for the Urban Operations Platoon Set.

 

VETTING

 

iWorks Corp. $48,980,260 for helping Defense Security Service (DSS) Defense Vetting Directorate. Work at DSS VROC office in Hanover, MD, and office in Fort Meade, MD.

 

SMALL ARMS & LIGHT WEAPONRY (SALW)

 

FN America $9,899,568 for machine gun barrels. 

 

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

 

Ceradyne, Leading Technology Composites, TenCate Advanced Armor USA compete for $704,238,806 for Enhanced Small Arms Protective Insert and X-Small Arms Protective Insert hard armor plates.

 

Palomar Display Products $40,714,894 for repairs, engineering support and technical services of the Binocular Image Control Units.

 

SourceAmerica $24,969,056 to re-purpose legacy body armor vests into the newly-designed Modular Scalable Vest configuration.

 

SZY Holdings ~$25,000,000 for respirators, mask face pieces and cartridges replacement parts for U.S. Navy.

 

RANGE FINDER & TARGET LOCATION DEVICE

 

Kollsman (an Elbit company) $7,251,573 for work on Common Laser Range Finder – Integrated Capability (CLRF-IC) systems.

 

CLOTHING

 

Aurora Industries (Camuy, Puerto Rico) $18,672,261 for Army Combat Uniform and Hot Weather Combat Uniform coats. M&M Manufacturing (Lajas, Puerto Rico) ~$13,781,250 for Navy Working Uniform blouses and Army Combat Uniform coats. Golden Manufacturing $18,234,851 for Army Combat Uniform coats and Hot Weather Combat Uniform. National Industries For The Blind $8,916,000 for Army Physical Fitness Uniform trousers.

 

Hyman Brickle & Son $9,736,800 for extreme cold weather parkas for Air Force and Army.

 

SND Manufacturing max. $7,997,485 for Navy and Marine Corps running suit jackets.

 

EDUCATION & TRAINING

 

American Ordnance $89,418,245 for M918E1 40mm High Velocity Target Practice – Day/Night/Thermal cartridge.

 

Cardno TEC-Leidos LLC JV $50,000,000 for services to support the Tactical Training Theater Assessment and Planning program, and it is intended to ensure the sustainability of Navy training ranges and operating areas to support warfighter readiness around the world. Requires the services of environmental engineering and military operations specialists, and the use of engineering and biological sciences and principles and methods of engineering analysis. Work in Atlantic, Pacific, the Caribbean, Europe, and North Africa.

 

C4 Planning Solutions $15,208,087 for providing Marine Corps technical expertise and assistance with installation of fielded Command, Control, Communications and Computers (C4) systems at various Marine Corps installations in U.S. and abroad.

 

Jacobs $785,000,000 for instructors for U.S. Army.

 

KT Consulting $11,935,070 for F-16 academic instruction, Aircrew Training Device instruction/console/cockpit operations, courseware development, and training support at Luke AFB, AZ; Holloman AFB, NM. Involves FMS to Singapore.

 

Web Business Solutions $9,595,573 for support services to the Command & Control Training & Education Center of Excellence (C2TECOE). Mainly provides C2 systems instruction and home station training for Marine Corps Systems Command, Quantico. Wiley Wilson Burns & McDonnell JV $9,337,864 for preparation of a construction package for construction of the Wargaming Center at Marine Corps Base Quantico.

 

Whitesell-Green $26,376,465 to design and build student dorms in Eglin AFB, FL.

 

7 corporations combined $245 million for Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Training Systems Support. Provides pre-deployment training to Marine Corps within a joint and combined environment to improve warfighting skills. Training includes computer-based simulation; C4ISR training; combined arms staff trainer training; tactical warfare simulation; and Deployable Virtual Training Environment.

 

FORCE PROTECTION

 

Metova Federal $16,706,404 for Security Force Assistance Brigade support in Fort Benning, GA.

 

Serco $41,304,910 for lifecycle sustainment of physical security/access control and command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence systems in support of NAVFAC Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Ashore Program worldwide.

 

CBRNE

 

Avon Protection Systems $245,961,250 for production of M53A1 Chemical Biological Protective Mask systems.

 

Jacobs $38,253,942 for evaluation of various interactions of chemical and biological agents in Dugway Proving Ground, UT.

 

UTILITIES – Privatizing utilities is never a good idea. It prioritizes profit over the health and wellbeing of the people. Additionally, water is a human right; corporate greed should be nowhere near it.

 

City Light & Power roughly $126,616,000 for ownership, operation and maintenance of the electric distribution system at Keesler AFB, MS. City Light & Power $10,411,716 for the electric distribution utility service charge at Fort Riley, KS.

 

Helix Electric Inc. $32,740,000 to build the Harbor Drive switching station at Naval Base San Diego, CA.

 

5 corporations compete for $200,000,000 to design, construct and repair utility systems.

 

Joseph J. Henderson & Son Inc. $30,700,000 to repair the wastewater treatment plant at NAS Corpus Christi, TX. Old North Utility Services $27,997,632 for a price adjustment to calendar year 2019 for water/wastewater utility service charge. 

 

MEDICAL

 

General Dynamics $44,165,348 to support the Defense Health Agency’s Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC). Work includes promoting access to state-of-the-science care for service members, veterans, and their families “to prevent and mitigate the consequences of traumatic brain injury” (TBI). DVBIC supports a network of 21 sites operating out of 16 military treatment facilities (MTFs) and five Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers (VAMCs). Specific activities vary at each site and can include conducting clinical research and conducting education and outreach activities and assessing TBI injury data, while command and control exist within the DVBIC Headquarters for continuity of services. General Dynamics pressures Capitol Hill (via campaign contributions and lobbying) for war, which sends troops overseas. General Dynamics makes a lot of money from war. Here, in the above contract, General Dynamics is profiting from the consequences of the wars for which it pushed.

 

Angayut LLC $20,000,000 for professional, scientific, and administrative support services in Bethesda, MD, and San Antonio, TX, for the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences.

 

MEDICAL EQUIPMENT

 

Atlantic Diving Supply, American Purchasing Services, TQM LLC compete for $20,500,000 for brand-name medical equipment repair parts. Datex-Ohmeda max. $100,000,000 for patient monitoring systems, accessories and training. Government Scientific Source max. $475,000,000 for laboratory supplies. Philips Healthcare $450,000,000 for patient monitoring systems, accessories and training. Steris Corp. $48,000,000 for hospital equipment and accessories.

 

MEDICAL IT

 

B.E.A.T. LLC $10,441,035 (max.) to provide Infrastructure Testing Center (ITC) management services and support for the day-to-day operations of all ITC infrastructure applications, networks, and environments. Services include systems management; system, application, and database administration; environment configuration, monitoring; management; and other support services.

 

Lintech Global $12,849,369 for data processing, data validation operations and maintenance of the TRICARE Encounter Data/Purchased Care Data Warehouse and Military Health System Data Repository programs, as well as development, update, enhancement, repair, and testing of specific IT apps managed by Defense Health Agency, Health Information Technology (HIT) Directorate, Solutions Delivery Division Program Executive Office. Work in Falls Church, VA.

 

QBase LLC $7,546,347 for non-personal IT services in support of the Defense Health Agency (DHA), HIT, Infrastructure & Operations Division (I&O), Enterprise Systems Branch.

 

SAFETY

 

Six corporations max. $985,000,000 for fire and emergency services equipment.

 

FUEL & ENERGY – The U.S. Armed Forces consume more fossil fuels than any other organization in the world.

 

16 fossil fuel corporations $2,817,799,719 for various types of fuel. EPIC Aviation $10,115,665 for fuel. Freeman Holdings of LA LLC min. $18,832,439 for fuel. Meridian Airport Authority $18,062,977 for fuel. Trajen Flight Support $10,437,209 for fuel. Truman Arnold Companies max. $7,477,932 for fuel and max. $13,775,007 for fuel. Truman Arnold Companies min. $7,376,860 for fuel.

 

MEB General Contractors $20,334,000 for building at Shaw AFB a new 6400 sq. ft. petroleum, oils, and lubricants operations facility with privately-owned vehicle parking for 60 vehicles; a new 2400 gallons per minute (gpm) Type III pump house facility and control room; four new 600 gpm high speed truck fillstands; a new reinforced concrete parking area for 20 fuel refueler trucks; piping modifications to the three existing aboveground storage tanks; new interconnecting piping; spill containment provision; a cathodic protection system; and supporting site work and utilities for the new facilities.

 

GTA Containers Inc., Apex Pinnacle Corp., MPC Containment Systems, Avon Engineered Fabrications, North American Fuel Tank shared $47,000,000 for tank fabrication berm liners.

 

TRANSPORTATION _ USTRANSCOM

 

25 companies (incl. American Air, Delta, Fed-Ex, United Air, and UPS) share $284,932,621 for heavyweight delivery of domestic and international shipments.

 

International Auto Logistics $89,700,672 for continued support of transportation and storage of DOD shipments of privately-owned vehicles belonging to military service members, and transportation of DOD shipments of privately-owned vehicles of DOD civilian employees.

 

TRANSPORTATION _ MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND (MSC)

 

Patriot Services $77,030,190 for the operation and maintenance of eight government-owned Watson-class large roll-on/roll-off ships as part of worldwide prepositioning. Ocean Ships $13,097,120 for operation and maintenance of two USNS Gordon Class and two USNS Shughart Class Surge Large, Medium-Speed Roll-On/Roll-Off vessels.

 

Sentient Digital $49,000,000 for IT engineering services assisting MSC Command, Control, Communications, And Computer Systems (C4S) Division (N6). Will also assist in development of governance to align IT capabilities with N6 strategic business support plan, technical architecture road maps, and DOD mandates. Aims to satisfy emergent cyber security mandates and technical refreshes for end of life hardware and software. 

 

WAREHOUSING & DISTRIBUTION

 

LVI $15,000,000 for warehousing, storage, logistics and distribution. Using customers are organizational clothing and individual equipment personnel in the southern tier of the U.S. and the DLA. Travis Association for the Blind $19,958,826 for warehousing, storage, logistics and distribution functions.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL

 

Jacobs (Ch2m Hill) $68,000,000 for long-term environmental architect-engineering services on Navy and Marine Corps installations at sites in NAVFAC Atlantic.

 

NOREAS Environmental Services $8,006,844 for environmental services for the management of HAZMAT material/waste and industrial and oily wastewater treatment plants and collection systems at installations in San Diego, CA.

 

Sevenson Environmental Services $99,000,000 for remedial action at the Raymark Superfund Site in Stamford, CT.

 

Tetra Tech, AMEC Foster Wheeler E & I GMBH, and AECOM will compete for $41,100,000 for environmental remediation services, run out of USACE Wiesbaden, Germany.

 

“GREENING” THE MILITARY

 

Concurrent Technologies Corp. $7,614,277 for support services in efforts to meet USMC energy reliability and resilience requirements for utility distribution systems and various energy security positions supporting headquarters, regions and installations. Overseas work at Okinawa Prefecture, Japan (12%); San Diego, CA (11%); Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan (1%); Pohang, South Korea (1%).

 

FOOD SERVICES

 

California Department of Rehabilitation $19,865,600 for full food service operations at Fort Irwin, CA. Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation Services $14,523,875 for dining facility management functions. Professional Services Inc. $17,285,295 for full food and dining facility attendant support services. South Carolina Commission for the Blind $186,580,917 for full food services at Fort Jackson, SC. Valley Foods $10,000,000 for subsistence items and meals for the Virginia National Guard.

 

BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT SERVICES (BOSS) - BOSS usually involves a combination of: facility management, fire & emergency services, grounds maintenance, janitorial services, pavement clearance, pest control, port operations, utilities, minor vehicles & equipment service, and waste management. This work was once done by the troops, prior to the corporate takeover of the Pentagon.

 

NCS/EML SB JV LLC $11,981,174 for BOSS at Naval Air Station (NAS) Whiting Field and outlying areas.

 

Phoenix Management $7,886,394 for BOSS at Westover Air Reserve Base, MA.

 

Professional Services Inc. $26,684,510 for BOSS at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, VA, and its outlying sites.

 

Rock Island Integrated Services $19,436,427 for BOSS in Rock Island Arsenal, IL.

 

Rowe Contracting Service $25,000,000 for custodial services at U.S. Air Force Academy.

 

Support Services LLC $22,977,890 for BOSS at NAS Pensacola, FL, and outlying areas Saufley Field, Corry Station, and Bronson Field.

 

Techflow Mission Support $26,784,927 for BOSS at Camp Lejeune, MCAS New River, and other outlying areas in eastern NC. 

 

Technica Corp. $9,454,403 for Blanket Operations & Security Sustainment support at JB San Antonio-Randolph, TX.

 

Vectrus $23,609,858 for BOSS at Maxwell-Gunter AFB, AL.

 

OVERSEAS BOSS

 

Schuyler Line Navigation Company $23,042,991 for the Thule Base Air Base Sea Lift Support contract: receiving cargo from vendors, providing intransit origin storage, loading/offloading and transporting cargo to and from Denmark and Thule Air Base.

 

CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS – A January 2015 report noted that trimming some outsourced administrative waste (like we see in this category of consulting, admin, and business logistics) would have saved roughly $125 billion over five years. The Pentagon leadership (many of whom come from leadership positions in U.S. war corporations) buried the report, fearing Congress might use it to cut the war budget.

 

Alta Via Consulting $22,000,000 for cost management services. Avion Solutions $8,656,308 for logistics support in Huntsville, AL.

 

CACI $15,000,000 to provide planning, analytical, operational and technical services in Arlington, VA. CACI $10,031,056 for technical and functional services for the Defense Agency Initiative for DLA.

 

Deloitte $39,933,653 for technical and programmatic expertise and recommendations. Provides for force optimization analysis support to HQ Air Combat Command at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA.

 

SAP National Security Services $16,014,307 for consulting services in Alexandria, VA; and Aberdeen, MD.

 

The Urban Collaborative, HB&A/The Schreifer Group JV, Onyx of Alexandria compete for $20,000,000 for investigative studies, design services, and support services.

 

BUSINESS & OFFICE SUPPORT

 

Advance Technology Solutions $14,530,927 for services at Fort Gordon, GA: military personnel actions, records processing & management, personnel manning, casualty management, transition & separations processing, personnel information systems management, and administrative processing of soldiers.

 

CGI Federal $222,875,514 to provide the Navy with Electronic Procurement System (ePS), a writing system standardizing management of services, supplies, construction, and grants.

 

Marcon $10,646,332 for technical and managerial assistance as related to all elements of facility planning, program and project execution, including a wide range of analytical and planning, design, and construction management support services to assist the Washington Headquarters Services Facilities Services Directorate.

 

FINANCES

 

Guidehouse LLP $12,473,349 for audit finding remediation support services. The infamous DOD audit is ongoing.

 

OVERSEAS CONSTRUCTION

 

AECOM, Aptim, Jacobs (CH2M Hill), Environmental Chemical Corp., Fluor, Perini Management Services share a max. $975,000,000 for global contingency construction projects worldwide—for civilian construction in response to natural disasters, humanitarian assistance, conflict, or projects with similar characteristics, and other urgent requirements. Contractors may participate in military exercises. 

 

Burns & McDonnell Engineering max. $20,000,000 for architect-engineer services for fire protection projects in NAVFAC Pacific: Guam & the Northern Marianas Islands (70%); Australia (20%); HI (10%). 

 

Goodfellow Bros. $6,917,330 for rock crushing services at Pohakuloa Training Area, HI. Kiewit Infrastructure West $64,993,500 for two major components at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam: a new wastewater pump station, and a new gravity sewer main.

 

Six corporations, including AECOM and Black & Veatch compete for $248,600,000 for general architect and engineer services issued via USACE Wiesbaden, Germany.

 

HIan Dredging Construction $48,298,000 to install a potable water transmission main and other construction at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, HI. Noble Sales $14,126,593 to stock, store, and issue supplies, construction materials, and hardware in support of NAVFAC at JB Pearl Harbor Hickam, Oahu, HI.

 

MAINLAND INFRASTRUCTURE

 

AECOM $59,639,368 for Chickamauga Lock Chamber replacement, Chattanooga, TN.

 

American Engineers, Stantec Consulting Services, Terracon Consultants compete for $20,000,000 for Dam Safety Mandatory Center of Expertise National Inland Floating Plant and land drilling services.

 

Widman Inc. $30,000,000 for upper-river land repair in West Alton, MO. Widman $15,000,000 for lower-river land repair.

 

AIRFIELD REHABILITATION

 

Anthony Allega Cement Contractor $13,770,342 to repair some airfields and pave at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.

 

Eastern Construction & Electric $10,369,000 for P-650 aircraft apron, taxiway and support facilities in Trenton, NJ.

 

NAS Ventures $16,032,000 for runway repair at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, SC. 

 

5 firms shared $495 million for airfield paving projects at government installations in CA, AZ, NV, UT, CO, and NM.

 

BORDER

 

Carothers Construction $22,821,540 for construction of a storage building with loading dock in El Paso, TX.

 

MAINLAND CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING – Endless war requires endless construction and building repair. An added bonus for the Pentagon and the U.S. war industry is how this construction activity effectively co-opts the working class, making them feel like they’re on the same team as the troops. It is a powerful narcotic.

 

AECOM (URS) $9,800,000 to repair multiple buildings (damaged in Hurricane Michael) at Naval Support Activity Panama City.

 

ALLTRACK $10,000,000 for railroad maintenance and repair services at the Naval Support Activity Crane, IN.

 

Bethel-Webcor JV-1 $11,470,000 for P-253 Fleet Support Facility at NAS Whidbey Island, WA.

 

Black & Veatch $20,000,000 for architect-engineer general design services.

 

B.L. Harbert $20,599,777 for construction of a combat vehicle warehouse at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, GA.

 

Blue Rock Structures $9,207,530 for repairs to building AS515 at Camp Lejeune. Environmental Chemical Corp. $121,682,327 for hurricane recovery efforts at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Jacksonville, NC. 5 firms shared $40,000,000 for maintenance and repair projects at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, NC, and the surrounding area. 

 

Bosch Rexroth $11,401,973 to replace hydraulic doors, Building 27496, Kirtland AFB.

 

Cleveland Construction $28,170,000 to construct a C-17 Corrosion Control and Fuel Cell Hangar, Charlotte, NC.

 

Creative Times Inc. $19,465,068 to construct a fuel distribution pump house at Hill AFB, UT.

 

GHD-COWI JV max. $30,000,000 for waterfront engineering services located in NAVFAC Southwest.

 

G-W Management Services $19,754,000 to improve Fuller Road at Marine Corps Base Quantico. Work includes forest clearing, demolition and removals, grading.

 

National Institute of Building Sciences $25,000,000 for architectural design and engineering services for the National Institute of Building Sciences, DC.

 

Odyssey International $19,832,000 to build a replacement air traffic control tower and base operations complex at Seymour Johnson AFB, NC.

 

Unit-ASRC Construction $128,657,500 for construction of Long Range Discrimination Radar power plant at Clear Air Force Station, Anderson, AK.

 

Up-Side Management Co. $46,000,000 for general construction and repair.

 

Zodiac-Poettker HBZ JV LLC $7,330,000 for Department of Energy Interpretive Center in St. Charles, MO. The site is where Weldon Spring Ordnance Works once polluted (via explosive manufacturing and uranium processing). It is now under care of the DOE office of legacy management.

 

5 corporations share $99,900,000 for crane rehabilitation and replacement via USACE Omaha, NE.

 

6 firms shared $10,000,000 for construction projects for general and administrative facilities located primarily within NAVFAC Washington.

 

8 construction firms, including joint ventures, will compete for each order of $150,000,000 for architect-engineer services.

 

DREDGING

 

Cottrell Contracting Corp. $21,815,000 for James River maintenance dredging. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock $10,610,812 for dredging and rock removal in Chester, PA. Manson Construction $15,476,150 for Thimble Shoal Channel maintenance dredging project in Norfolk, VA. Manson Construction $18,122,000 for dredging in Portland, OR; and San Francisco, CA. Southern Dredging $9,773,000 for maintenance dredging in Kings Bay, GA. U.S. Facilities $20,047,415 for Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway facilities operations and maintenance in Chesapeake, VA.