Two Norwegian Combatant Craft Mediums (CCMs), which offer low-observable, multi-mission surface tactical mobility for special operations in Norway, will be delivered to the Marinejegerkommandoen under a $22,070,151 contract won by ReconCraft LLC.
ReconCraft LLC, based in Anchorage, Alaska, has been awarded a $22,070,151 contract to provide two Norwegian Combatant Craft Mediums (CCMs). The contract includes options that could increase its total value to $30,950,521 if exercised. The work will be carried out in Clackamas, Oregon, and is expected to be completed by August 2025. If all options are exercised, the work will continue until January 2026. The contract was not competitively procured and is funded by Foreign Military Financing from Norway. The end-user of these CCMs is likely to be the Marinejegerkommandoen (Naval Special Operations Command) in Norway, with headquarters in Ramsund and operators stationed at Haakonsvern naval base. The CCM Mk1s are versatile surface tactical mobility vessels used by the U.S. naval special forces since 2015. They are designed for inserting and extracting special operations soldiers in low-to-medium threat areas and can also perform other missions such as limited fire support, maritime interdiction, counterterrorism, and foreign internal defense operations.