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HII Mission Technologies Opens New Engineering Facility in New York

Andy Green,

President,

HII Mission Technologies

HII Mission Technologies Opens New Engineering Facility in New York

HII Mission Technologies has inaugurated a new engineering facility in Syracuse, New York, adding to the company’s ISR and electronic warfare footprint in the state.

Andy Green, president of HII Mission Technologies and a 2023 Wash100 awardee, said the new site will host individuals who create technologies and solutions to give warfighters an edge. Green, a 4×24 member, added that engineers at the facility will integrate various technologies to improve national security capabilities.

New York Assemblyman William Magnarelli was present during the opening ceremony, HII said Wednesday.

The company has been at the forefront of supporting the U.S. military and national security missions.

Earlier in October, HII Mission Technologies won a five-year, $347 million contract to deliver up to 200 Lionfish small unmanned undersea vehicles under the U.S. Navy’s next-generation SUUV program of record. Green said about the contract that Lionfish will provide interoperability and new capabilities to Navy servicemen.

In April, the General Services Administration awarded HII Mission Technologies a potential seven-year, $1.3 billion task order to deliver personnel support to the U.S. Africa Command.

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