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The emerging scenario in the USA is a cost for the base ships that continues to hover around $400-500 million each, plus weapons, electronics, and mission modules that bring the price per equipped ship to $550-650 million, even under the proposed new fixed-price contract.
In 2010 the cost cap was amended again by Section 121© and (d) of the FY2010
National Defense Authorization Act (H.R. 2647/P.L. 111-84 of October 28,
2009) to set a cap of $480M.
• Mission Systems = Vehicles, Sensors, and Weapons
• Mission Module = Mission Systems + Support Equipment
• Mission Package = Mission Modules + Mission Crew Detachments + Aircraft
Currently, the Navy plans to procure 55 LCS Seaframes, as well as
16 Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) MPs,
24 Mine Countermeasures (MCM) MPs, and
24 Surface Warfare (SUW) MPs.