Lockheed Martin Moorestown gets National Security contract

    Lockheed Martin Corp.’s Moorestown, NJ, facility has been tapped to work again with the Coast Guard.

     

    The facility will work on the C4ISR system for the Coast Guard’s fourth National Security Cutter. The company also provided the first three command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems, the Business Journal reports.

    The contract is for $66 million.

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