Navy buys WMD defenses

by: Matthew Potter
September 22, 2008

Category: Contract Awards, Gryphon Technologies, logistics, SETA, U.S. Army | RSS 2.0

The US Navy awarded Gryphon Technologies a contract to develop systems to protect against Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD). The contract is worth over $35 M and is to provide engineering services and support of defensive equipment for WMD attacks. While the US Navy has designed chemical and nuclear protection into their ships, such as washdown systems designed to remove radioactive fallout and chemical systems, these defensive systems are probably more in support of personnel.

See the press release at Wall Street Journal

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