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November 10, 1987|David Olmos, Times Staff Writer

Comarco Inc. of Anaheim has received various awards and contracts that could provide more than $40 million in business, primarily from the company's defense-related customers. The engineering and computer services firm said the $40-million figure includes awards, intentions to negotiate awards and add-ons to existing contracts.

Walter V. Sterling, chairman and chief executive, said he is "particularly pleased that the new business is spread throughout every one of the company's operating units."

Comarco also said it has been notified by the Naval Weapons Station at Seal Beach that it plans to expand an existing contract for engineering services with Comarco.

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