Suppliers supporting the Army's networking priorities include: Lockheed Martin Corporation (Md. and Colo.); Thales Communications, Inc. (Md.); Mair Mac Machine Company, Inc. (Mass.); Harris Corporation (Fla.); ACE Electronic Defense Systems (Md); Ritronics, Inc. (Conn.); BAE Systems and Aerospace (N.J.); Newcomb Metal Products (Mass.); Arizona Components Company (Ariz.); L3 Communications (Fla. and Calif.); Wroble Engineering Company (Mass.); The Will-Burt Company ( Ohio); Rockwell Collins, Inc. ( Iowa); VTron Electronics Corp (Mass.); and Hunter Defense Technologies ( Ohio).To see a map representing the number of suppliers and jobs supported, listed state-by-state, visit www.gdc4s.com/ArmyNetworkJobs.
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