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The U.S. Navy announced two contracts for BAE Systems San Diego Ship Repair Inc. that could be worth a combined $94.6 million.
San Diego-based Epsilon Systems Solutions Inc. received a $15.8 million U.S. Navy contract for professional and engineering support services.
The U.S. Air Force recently awarded General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. a delivery order that could be worth as much as $377.4 million.
DEFENSE: Area Should Still Fare Better than Most in Cuts
Slightly less military money will circulate through San Diego County in 2014, thanks to the economy, Washington politics and what’s known of future military priorities.
DEFENSE: Allowances Estimated to Bring More Than $1B Into Market
The Pentagon offered housing benefits worth an estimated $2.34 billion to sailors and Marines in San Diego County during 2013, new research shows.
DEFENSE: Carriers and Other Navy Ships Deliver Big Dollars to San Diego
San Diego could become home to more U.S. Navy ships during the next decade, as some vessels are shifted west under what military leaders call the Pivot to the Pacific.
The U.S. Navy awarded San Diego-based General Atomics a $52 million order for advanced arresting gear equipment.
The Defense Commissary Agency, the federal agency that runs the low-priced supermarkets on military bases, is taking a page from private industry’s playbook.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. received a U.S. Army research and development contract that could be worth as much as $2 million.
San Diego-based Cognitive Medical Systems obtained six contracts valued at $2.4 million during the third quarter. Clients include the U.S. Department of Defense, North Carolina and unspecified commercial businesses.
Carlsbad software writer 5D Robotics Inc. received a $100,000 U.S. Army contract to develop an autonomous robot that can interact with humans.
The federal government shutdown will probably not be a windfall for supermarkets and drugstores outside military base gates.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. recently reported that its Modular Systems Division received several orders from the U.S. government.
San Diego-based Indus Technology Inc. received a U.S. Navy contract that could be worth as much as $4.5 million.
San Diego’s unique location and talents have given rise to many defense and commercial companies including L-3 Communications Holdings Inc., Qualcomm Inc. (the world’s largest wireless chip manufacturer), ViaSat Inc., Synthetic Genomics Inc. and General Atomics bringing forth hundreds of new high technology products and services.