Who's onboard for Deepwater

The Coast Guard's massive Deepwater Capability Replacement Program would replace 90 ships, 200 aircraft and all the sensors that connect them. The companies competing for the Deepwater contract include:

* Northrop Grumman's Litton Avondale Industries

* Boeing-McDonnell Douglass Corp.

* John J. McMullen & Associates Inc.

* Development Alternatives Inc.

* Raytheon Systems Co.

* Kaman Aerospace Corp.

Science Applications International Corp.

* Marinette Marine Corp.

* Sikorsky Aircraft Corp.

* Soza & Co. LLC

* Bath Iron Works

* AMSEC LLC

* Fuentez Systems Concepts Inc.

* Gibbs & Cox Inc.

* Interactive Television Corp.

* Clark Atlanta University

* Rockwell Collins Inc.

Lockheed Martin Corp.

* Northrop Grumman's Litton Ingalls Shipbuilding

* Northrop Grumman's Litton PRC

* M. Rosenblatt & S

* Northrop Grumman's Litton Marine Systems

* Northrop Grumman's Litton Integrated Systems Division

* University of New Orleans

* Bell Helicopter Textron Inc.

* Halter-Bollinger Joint Venture LLC

* Lockheed Martin Information Systems

* Lockheed Martin Naval Electronics and Surveillance Systems

* Sanders, Lockheed Martin Co.

* Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company

* Lockheed Martin Federal Systems - Owego

* Lockheed Martin Management & Data Systems

* Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Lab

* Acquisition Logistics Engineering

* Logicon Syscon

* L-3 Communications East

* Prosoft

* Whitney, Bradley & Brown

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