Lockheed Martin Says Sub Surveillance System Has Passed Key Test

By Dan Dupont / October 4, 2000 at 5:00 AM
Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems says its AN/BLQ-10 submarine surveillance system has successfully completed a Navy operational evaluation. In a statement released today, the company says passing this milestone means the system "is considered ready to be deployed by the Navy" on Virginia- and Los Angeles-class submarines. "Based on the OPEVAL results, the Navy is currently initiating efforts to adapt the AN/BLQ-10 system for installation on its Seawolf class submarines as well," the company said in an announcement. The Navy program...

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