U.S. DoD Prime Contractors

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In this section, we provide a full listing of prime contractors for all major U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) defense programs.

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Prime Contractors for All Major U.S. Defense Programs and Weapon Systems:

Defense Program Name A-Z

Prime Contractor(S)

Location

A-10 Thunderbolt II

Upgrades: The Boeing Company
AEGIS Ballistic Missile Defense AEGIS Weapon System: Lockheed Martin Corp.
SM-3 Missile: Raytheon Company
Moorestown, NJ
Tucson, AZ
AEGIS Cruiser (CG 47) The Boeing Company
AEHF Advanced Extremely High Frequency Satellite Lockheed Martin Corporation Sunnyvale, CA

Aerial Targets

GQM-163A (SSST): Orbital Sciences Corp.
BQM-74E (SSAT): Northrop Grumman Corp.
Chandler, AZ

AGM-88 HARM/AARGM Raytheon Company
AGM-114 Hellfire Missile Hellfire Systems, LLC
A Lockheed Martin and Boeing Joint Venture
Orlando, FL
AH-1Z Viper Bell Helicopter (Textron) Fort Worth, TX
AH–64 Apache Longbow Integration: Northrop Grumman Corporation
                 Lockheed Martin Corporation
Apache:      The Boeing Company
Baltimore, MD
Owego, NY
Mesa, AZ
AIM–9X Sidewinder Raytheon Company Tucson, AZ
AIM-120 AMRAAM Raytheon Company Tucson, AZ

Assault Breacher Vehicle (ABV)

Anniston Army Depot/BAE Land Systems Anniston, AL
AV-8B Harrier II Airframe: The Boeing Company
Aft Fuselage: BAE Systems plc
Engine: Rolls-Royce plc
St. Louis, MO
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
B-1B Lancer The Boeing Company
B-2A Spirit Stealth Bomber Northrop Grumman Corporation El Segundo, CA
B-52 Stratofortress The Boeing Company
BGM-71 TOW 2 Raytheon Company Tucson, AZ
M2/M3 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle BAE Systems plc.
C–5 Galaxy/C-5M Super Galaxy Lockheed Martin Corporation Marietta, GA
C-12 Huron Hawker Beechcraft Wichita, KS
C–130 Hercules Lockheed Martin Corporation Marietta, GA
C–17 Globemaster III The Boeing Company
Engines: Pratt & Whitney
Long Beach, CA
East Hartford, CT
C-27J Spartan Joint Cargo Aircraft (JCA) Alenia Aeronautica
Integration: L-3 Communications
Greenville, TX
C–37 VIP Transport Aircraft Gulfstream Aerospace (General Dynamics) Savannah, GA
CH-46 Sea Knight Airframe: The Boeing Company
Engines: General Electric Co.
CH–47 Chinook The Boeing Company Philadelphia, PA
CH–53/MH-53 Helicopter Sikorsky Aircraft Stratford, CT

Chemical Demilitarization

URS Corporation
Bechtel National Incorporated - Bechtel Parsons
Arlington, VA
Pueblo, CO/Richmond, KY

CVN 78 Ford Class Aircraft Carrier

Huntington Ingalls Industries Newport News, VA
DDG 51 AEGIS Destroyer General Dynamics Corporation
Huntington Ingalls Industries
Bath, ME
Pascagoula, MS
DDG 1000 Zumwalt Class Destroyer General Dynamics Corporation
Huntington Ingalls Industries
Bath, ME
Pascagoula, MS
E–2D Advanced Hawkeye Airframe: Northrop Grumman Corporation
Engine: Rolls-Royce Corporation
Radar: Lockheed Martin Corporation
Bethpage, NY/St. Aug., FL
Indianapolis, IN
Syracuse, NY
E-3 Sentry AWACS The Boeing Company
E-4B Adv. Airborne Command Post The Boeing Company
E–6B Mercury/TACAMO The Boeing Company Wichita, KS
E-8C Joint STARS Northrop Grumman Corporation
EA–6B Prowler Northrop Grumman Corporation Bethpage, NY
EA–18G Growler Airframe: The Boeing Company
Engine: General Electric Aviation
St. Louis, MO
Lynn, MA
Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) United Launch Alliance
(Boeing-Lockheed Martin Joint Venture)
Decatur, AL
F-15 Eagle/Strike Eagle Airframe: The Boeing Company
Engine: Pratt & Whitney
St. Louis, MO
East Hartford, CT
F-16 Fighting Falcon Airframe: Lockheed Martin Corp.
Engine: GE Aviation
Engine: Pratt & Whitney
Fort Worth, TX
Evendale, OH
East Hartford, CT
F/A–18E/F Super Hornet The Boeing Company
Engine: General Electric Aviation
St. Louis, MO
F-22 Raptor Lockheed Martin Corporation
The Boeing Company
Engine: Pratt & Whitney
Marietta, GA/Ft. Worth, TX
Seattle, WA
West Palm Beach, FL
F–35 Lightning II (JSF) Lockheed Martin Corporation
Engine: Pratt & Whitney
Fort Worth, TX
East Hartford, CT
Family of Heavy Tactical Vehicles (FHTV) Oshkosh Corporation Oshkosh, WI
Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV) Oshkosh Corporation Oshkosh, WI
Ground-based Midcourse Defense (GMD) Boeing Defense, Space & Security (BDS) St. Louis, MO
GMLRS Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System Lockheed Martin Corporation Dallas, TX
Global Positioning System (GPS) GPS IIIA: Lockheed Martin Corporation
GPS OCX Phase A: Raytheon Company
King of Prussia, PA
Aurora, CO
HH-60M Pave Hawk Sikorsky Aircraft Stratford, CT
HIMARS General Dynamics Corporation Burlington, VT
HMMWV (Humvee) AM General, LLC
Hydra-70 Family of Rockets Lockheed Martin Corporation Dallas, TX
Javelin AAWS-M Raytheon/Lockheed Martin Javelin Joint Venture Tucson, AZ and Orlando, FL
Joint Air-to-Ground Missile (JAGM) Currently in Source Selection
GBU-31/38 JDAM The Boeing Company St. Charles, MO
Joint High Speed Vessel (JHSV) Austal USA Mobile, AL
JLENS System Raytheon Company Andover, MA
Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) Currently in EMD Phase

Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS)

The Boeing Company
Lockheed Martin Corporation
ViaSat Incorporated
BAE Systems/Rockwell Collins Data Link Solutions
General Dynamics Decision Systems, Inc.
ITT Exelis
Anaheim, CA
Manassas, VA
Carlsbad, CA
Cedar Rapids, IA
Scottsdale, AZ
Fort Wayne, IN
KC–10 Extender The Boeing Company
KC–46 Tanker (KC-X) The Boeing Company Wichita, KS
KC–135 Stratotanker The Boeing Company
Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC) L-3 Communications
Oceaneering International, Inc.
LHA 6 America Class Huntington Ingalls Industries Pascagoula, MS
Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) Lockheed Martin Corporation
Austal USA
Marinette, WI
Mobile, AL
LPD 17 San Antonio Class Huntington Ingalls Industries Pascagoula, MS
and New Orleans, LA
M1 Abrams Tank General Dynamics Corporation Sterling Heights, MI
Medium Extended Air Defense System (MEADS) MEADS International
(A multinational joint venture featuring MBDA, Lenkflugkörpersysteme (LFK) and Lockheed Martin)
Orlando, FL
MH–60R Seahawk Airframe: Sikorsky Aircraft
Avionics: Lockheed Martin Corporation
Stratford, CT
Owego, NY
MH–60S Seahawk (Knight Hawk) Sikorsky Aircraft Stratford, CT
Minuteman III (LGM-30) The Boeing Company

Mobile Landing Platform (MLP)

General Dynamics Corporation San Diego, CA
Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) Lockheed Martin Corporation Sunnyvale, CA
MQ–1 Predator/MQ-1C Gray Eagle General Atomics–Aeronautical Systems Inc. San Diego, CA
MQ–8 Fire Scout Northrop Grumman Corporation San Diego, CA
MQ–9 Reaper General Atomics–Aeronautical Systems Inc. San Diego, CA
MRAP Vehicles Oshkosh Corporation Oshkosh, WI
OC-135/RC-135/WC-135 The Boeing Company  
OH-58 Kiowa Warrior Bell Helicopter (Textron) Cabin Conversion: Amarillo, TX
P-3C Orion/EP-3E ARIES II Lockheed Martin Corporation
P–8A Poseidon Airframe: The Boeing Company
Engines: CFM Int'l (GE Aviation and SNECMA)
Kent, WA
Cincinnati, OH
Phased Adaptive Approach (PAA) AEGIS Weapon System: Lockheed Martin Corp.
SM-3 Missile: Raytheon Company
Moorestown, NJ
Tucson, AZ
PAC-3/MSE Missile Lockheed Martin Corp. Dallas, TX
Patriot/PAC–3 Lockheed Martin Corp. Dallas, TX
RIM-116 Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) Raytheon Company Tucson, AZ
RIM-162 Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile (ESSM) Raytheon Company Tucson, AZ
RQ–4 Global Hawk Northrop Grumman Corporation Rancho Bernardo, CA
and Bethpage, NY
RQ–7 Shadow AAI Corporation (Textron) Hunt Valley, MD
RQ–11 Raven AeroVironment Monrovia, CA
Space-Based Infrared System (SBIRS) Lockheed Martin Corporation Sunnyvale, CA
GBU-39/53 Small Diameter Bomb (SDB) Raytheon Missile Systems (SDB-I)
The Boeing Company (SDB-II & FLM)
Tucson, AZ
St. Charles, MO

Small Tactical UAS Level 0

AeroVironment Simi Valley, CA
SSN 774 Virginia Class Submarine General Dynamics Corporation
Huntington Ingalls Industries
Groton, CT
Newport News, VA
Standard Family of Missiles (SM-2/SM-6) Raytheon Company Tucson, AZ
Standard Family of Missiles (SM-3) Raytheon Company Tucson, AZ
Stryker Family of Armored Vehicles General Dynamics Corporation Sterling Heights, MI
T–6 Texan II Hawker Beechcraft Wichita, KS
T-38 Talon Northrop Grumman Corporation
T-45 Goshawk The Boeing Company
Tomahawk Cruise Missile Raytheon Company Tucson, AZ

Target Drones

BAE Systems plc (QF-4)
Composite Engineering, Inc. (BQM-167A)
Mojave, CA
Sacramento, CA
THAAD Lockheed Martin Corporation
AN/TPY-2 Radar: Raytheon Company
Sunnyvale, CA

Trident II Ballistic Missile Lockheed Martin Corporation Sunnyvale, CA
U–2 Dragon Lady Lockheed Martin Corporation
UH–1Y Venom Bell Helicopter (Textron) Fort Worth, TX
UH–60 Black Hawk Sikorsky Aircraft Stratford, CT
UH-72 Lakota LUH EADS North America - American Eurocopter Columbus, MS
V–22 Osprey (CV-22/MV-22) Bell Helicopter (Textron) Fort Worth, TX
Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS) The Boeing Company El Segundo, CA

WIN–T

General Dynamics Corporation Taunton, MA

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