Lockheed Martin Corp. has been awarded a modification contract worth over $104 million for Long-Range Hypersonic Weapon support equipment. Meanwhile, EM Photonics Inc. secured a $15 million contract for wind measurement image analysis, and OshKosh Defense LLC obtained a $13.3 million contract for tactical vehicle protection kits.
1. Lockheed Martin’s Contract: The company was granted a $104,698,553 modification to a pre-existing contract for ground support equipment related to Long-Range Hypersonic Weapons. The work, taking place in Huntsville, Alabama, is expected to be completed by February 28, 2028.
2. EM Photonics’ Award: The firm from Newark, Delaware, won a $15 million contract for an image analysis approach targeting wind measurement. The projected completion for this contract is set for September 14, 2026, with the Army Small Business Innovation Research Catalyst Program overseeing the contracting activity.
3. OshKosh Defense’s Deal: The Wisconsin-based company secured a $13,389,330 contract to produce protection kits for the Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles. The estimated completion date for this project is July 31, 2025.
4. Bidding Process: While EM Photonics had 26 bids through online solicitation, OshKosh Defense received its contract from just one bid.
5. Funding Details: Both the Lockheed Martin and EM Photonics contracts specify that work locations and funding specifics will be determined with each order. For Lockheed’s contract, funds from the fiscal 2023 missile procurement and research, development, test, and evaluation were obligated at the time of the award.