Boeing awards $47 million extension to ground-based midcourse defense contract with Teledyne Brown Engineering

LOS ANGELES, 8 Nov. 2006. Teledyne Technologies Incorporated has announced that its subsidiary, Teledyne Brown Engineering Inc., has been awarded a $47 million extension of its ground-based midcourse defense (GMD) contract from The Boeing Company.

LOS ANGELES, 8 Nov. 2006. Teledyne Technologies Incorporated has announced that its subsidiary, Teledyne Brown Engineering Inc., has been awarded a $47 million extension of its ground-based midcourse defense (GMD) contract from The Boeing Company.

Originally awarded in 1998, the extension adds 15 months to the current contract, continuing it through December 2008.

Under the contract extension, Teledyne Brown will continue to perform system engineering and integration support, provide system test planning, design, execution, data retrieval, and analysis support for flight testing, hardware in the loop ground testing, and distributed testing of the deployed GMD System. Additionally, Teledyne Brown will provide engineering support for the Ground-based Interceptor and Ground Fire Control, as well as facilities engineering and logistics operations support to the deployed GMD System.

Teledyne Brown is the largest non-hardware teammate providing comprehensive support to the GMD program. The company also developed and maintains the Integrated System Test Capability (ISTC), a high-fidelity, real-time distributed simulation for the GMD system.

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