Lockheed Martin has been awarded a $40,790,312 contract for Trident II D5 missile production and deployed system support.

According to a contract notice, the work will be performed in Sunnyvale, California (43.92 percent); Rockford, Illinois (15.2 percent); Cape Canaveral, Florida (8.34 percent); Lancaster, Pennsylvania (6.15 percent); Kings Bay, Georgia (6.04 percent); Elkton, Maryland (5.47 percent); Denver, Colorado (4.32 percent); Titusville, Florida (3.50 percent); Bangor, Washington (3.29 percent); East Aurora, New York (2.25 percent); and other various locations (less than 1.00 percent each; 1.52 percent total), and work is expected to be completed Sept. 30, 2022.

Fiscal 2018 weapons procurement (Navy) funds in the amount of $33,356,870; fiscal 2017 weapons procurement (Navy) funds in the amount of $3,624,664; fiscal 2017 research, development, test, and evaluation (Navy) funds in the amount of $2,626,901; fiscal 2018 operations and maintenance (Navy) funds in the amount of $932,922; and United Kingdom funds in the amount of $124,000 are being obligated on this award; $3,559,823 of which will expire at the end of the current fiscal year.

Subject to availability, fiscal 2018 operations and maintenance (Navy) funds in the amount of $124,955, all of which will expire at the end of the current fiscal year, will be obligated for the effort awarded and incrementally funded.

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Sceptical Richard
Sceptical Richard
2 years ago

Does this include any production for the U.K. or is it all USN? Anybody know?

PKCasimir
PKCasimir
2 years ago

The UK is part of the contract and provided funds for its portion.

Sceptical Richard
Sceptical Richard
2 years ago
Reply to  PKCasimir

Thanks

Julian
Julian
2 years ago

This is very much run as a pooled resource isn’t it, with the U.K. obviously only having a tiny bit of the pool? I’m not sure if this is my memory inventing things but I’m sure that ages ago I saw or read something that was explaining that when UK missiles went for maintenance they got shipped back to the USA and when the UK wanted to pull a missile out of the pool after maintenance there was no attempt to track which ones were the UK missiles and in fact the very opposite happens. The UK gets to randomly… Read more »