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$9M for Improvements to Kitsap, WA Submarine Homeport

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Sunset at NB Kitsap(click to view full) Naval Base Kitsap is the largest naval organization in Navy Region Northwest and is composed of installations in Bremerton, Bangor and Keyport, hosting many SSN Los Angeles Class attack subs and SSBN Trident missile subs, plus the Nimitz Class Aircraft Carrier CVN 74 USS John C. Stennis. In 2005, Naval Base Kitsap received the Commander in Chief’s Award for Installation Excellence. KOMO-TV reports that the base will also receive the SSN 21 USS Seawolf and SSN 22 USS Connecticut by the summer of 2007. When they arrive in the summer of 2007, all 3 of the US Navy’s most advanced $4 billion SSN-21 Seawolf Class submarines will be based at NB Kitsap. The move is part of a realignment that will see the current 50/50 submarine split turn into a 60/40 Pacific/Atlantic split by 2010. These efforts always trigger contracts. Nova Group Inc. in Napa, CA won $9 firm-fixed-price Task Order 0003 under a previously awarded indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity multiple award construction contract (N68711-03-D-7054) for design and construction of mission support facilities for the homeporting of the two additional submarines at Naval Base Kitsap in Silverdale, WA. Work to be performed under this contract provides […]

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