Ducommun Incorporated (NYSE:DCO) has received $15 million in follow-on contracts from Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) to continue producing a variety of interconnect and electronic assemblies for the U.S. Navy's Tomahawk cruise missile. The awards extend Ducommun’s work on the program through 2015; Ducommun LaBarge Technologies is a Raytheon preferred supplier and recipient of Raytheon's Six Sigma Relationship Award as well as the prestigious Leadership Excellence Award.
"Ducommun is very pleased to continue supporting one of the Navy's most sophisticated weapons by providing our electronics manufacturing expertise to Raytheon on the Tomahawk Block IV," said Anthony J. Reardon, chairman, president and chief executive officer.
With a range of 1,000 miles, the Tomahawk Block IV is a surface- and submarine-launched, precision-strike, stand-off weapon. Tomahawk cruise missiles can fly into heavily defended airspace and precisely strike high-value targets with minimal collateral damage; in addition, a Tomahawk can loiter, shift course instantly on command, and transmit a picture of its target to controllers halfway around the world.
About Ducommun Incorporated
Founded in 1849, Ducommun Incorporated provides engineering and manufacturing services to the aerospace, defense, and other industries through a wide spectrum of electronic and structural applications. The company is an established supplier of critical components and assemblies for commercial aircraft and military and space vehicles as well as for the energy market, medical field, and industrial automation. It operates through two primary business units – Ducommun AeroStructures (DAS) and Ducommun LaBarge Technologies (DLT). Additional information can be found at
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