“Northrop Grumman to Develop C5ISR and Control Systems for US Coast Guard Offshore Patrol Cutters”

Below is a Northrop Grumman press release.

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – June 8, 2020 – Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) has been awarded a newly expanded role as systems integrator for C5ISR and control systems on the U.S. Coast Guard Offshore Patrol Cutter (OPC), by Eastern Shipbuilding Group (ESG), the prime contractor for the OPC program.Northrop Grumman to Develop C5ISR and Control Systems for US Coast Guard Offshore Patrol CuttersArtist’s rendition of USCGC ARGUS, the first vessel of the Heritage Class Fleet of Offshore Patrol Cutters. (Image courtesy Eastern Shipbuilding Group)

In a newly expanded role as C5ISR systems integrator, Northrop Grumman is responsible for integrating all cyber hardened C5ISR systems, including command and control, communications, navigation and the shipboard computer networking systems.

“With C5ISR and control system test and integration underway, the ESG-Northrop Grumman team hasn’t missed a beat,” said Todd Leavitt, vice president, maritime systems and integration, Northrop Grumman. “The effort and resiliency shown by our teammates at Eastern Shipbuilding Group has been outstanding.”

Northrop Grumman’s responsibilities for the OPC platform include the integrated bridge, navigation, command and control, computing network, data distribution, machinery control, and propulsion control systems, cyber/information assurance, testing and integration work.

Northrop Grumman solves the toughest problems in space, aeronautics, defense and cyberspace to meet the ever evolving needs of our customers worldwide. Our 90,000 employees define possible every day using science, technology and engineering to create and deliver advanced systems, products and services.

1 thought on ““Northrop Grumman to Develop C5ISR and Control Systems for US Coast Guard Offshore Patrol Cutters”

  1. Smart of ESG to basically make Northrop Grumman responsible for all major C5ISR systems, leaving ESG to concentrate on what they know best, which is hulls and outfitting. Any issues with them, and ESG can point the finger, but in the interim, will watch and learn.

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