Anteon wins Navy research contract

Anteon Corp. has been awarded a five-year contract potentially worth $10 million to support the Navy's Office of Naval Research, the company announced Jan. 16.

Under the contract, Anteon of Fairfax, Va., will provide advanced research and development support in acoustics and underwater shock. The company's systems engineering group will perform the work.

The tasks include work in acoustic and shock analysis methods and experimental techniques. The project will help develop an improved understanding of the physical mechanisms governing platform stealth and survivability performance.

The contract supports work being performed by the Navy's Ship Hull, Mechanical and Electrical Science and Technology Division.

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