Navy Manufacturing Technology
The Navy ManTech program is organized to improve the affordability of naval platforms critical to the future force. Investments are focused on manufacturing technologies to assist key acquisition program offices in achieving their respective affordability goals. The Navy ManTech program responds to naval needs for the production and repair of platforms, systems and equipment. It aids in achieving reduced acquisition and total ownership costs by developing, maturing and transitioning key manufacturing technologies and processes. Investments are focused on those having the most benefit to the warfighter.
Navy ManTech has targeted investments on manufacturing technologies to assist key acquisition program offices in achieving their respective affordability goals — both acquisition and life cycle. Its investment strategy supports the following platforms: VIRGINIA Class submarine, COLUMBIA Class submarine, DDG 51 Class destroyer, CVN 78 Class aircraft carrier, FFG(X) next generation frigate, the F-35 Lightning II and CH-53K heavy lift helicopter (portfolio ramping down) for both the Navy and U.S. Marine Corps.
ManTech also supports select manufacturing technology projects that accelerate the delivery of capabilities to the Navy. Capability Acceleration focus areas include the following: Swarm Production, Advanced Radar and Electronic Warfare for Ships, High Energy Laser (HEL) Weapon Systems, Advanced Submarine Fabrication Technology, Fleet Repair Technology, F-35 Canopy Production Acceleration and Energetics Production Improvement.
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