Benefactors for Twenty Years
American Systems Corporation
Applied Mathematics, Inc.
Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc.
Cunis-Wright Flow Control
DRS Power Environmental Systems Group
General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems
General Dynamics Electric Boat
Kollmorgen Corporation, Electro-Optical Division
Lockheed Manin Corporation
Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding
Northrop Grumman Corporation Sperry Marine Division
Pacific Fleet Submarine Memorial Association, Inc.
Planning Systems, Inc. QinetiQ North America
Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc.
The Babcock & Wilcox Company
The Boeing Company
Ultra Electronics Ocean Systems, Inc.
URS Corporation, EG&G Division
Benefactors for More Than Ten Years
Alion Science & Technology
American Superconductor Corporation
Goodrich Corporation, EPP Division
Hamilton Sundstrand Energy, Space & Defense
L-3 Communications Oceans Systems Division
Materials Systems, Inc.
McAleese & Associates, P.C.
Northrop Grumman Corporation – Marine Systems
Northrop Grumman Corporation Undersea Systems
Perot Systems Government Systems
Rolls Royce Naval Marine, Inc.
Sargent Controls & Aerospace
NAVAL SUBMARINE LEAGUE HONOR ROLL (Continued)
Benefactors for More Than Five Years
Business Resources, Inc.
Dresser -Rand Company
Foster-Miller, lnc.-QuinetiQ North America
L-3 Communications Corporation
OceanWorks International, Inc.
Oil States Industries/Aerospace Products Division
Pinkerton Government Services, Inc.
Progeny Systems Corpomtion
SSS Clutch Company, Inc.
Whitney, Bradley & Brown, Inc
3 Phoenix, Inc. ( New in 2009)
Applied Physical Sciences
Advance Technology Institute
Chesapeake Sciences Corporation
DRS Sonar Systems, LLC (New in 2008)
Dynamic Controls, Lid. (New in 2008)
Epsilon Systems Solutions, Inc.
Ettem USA, Inc.
IBM Global Business Services, Public Secror
IMES Strategic Support, Ltd.
iRobot Maritime Systems
L-3 Communications, Space and Navigation Division (New in 2009)
Lockheed Martin Corporation -Space Systems Company (New in 2009)
Murray Guard, Inc. (New in 2009)
Nuclear Fuel Services, Inc.
Oceaneering International, Inc.
Trelleborg Emerson & Cuming, Inc
WSI Internet Marketing
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