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December 23, 1987|David Olmos, Times Staff Writer

Comarco said its existing contract with the Naval Weapons Center in China Lake has been increased by $9 million to a total of $95 million. The Anaheim-based computer services and products company also said it is in negotiations with the Navy to add 300,000 labor hours to the contract, which would extend its expiration date to May 31, 1988. Under the contract, Comarco studies and evaluates varied Navy weapons systems.

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