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ELTA Systems to deliver counter-battery radars to Finland
Israel-based company ELTA Systems has received orders for the delivery of counter-battery radars to the Finnish Defence Forces.
Leonardo DRS to provide additional Trophy systems for US Army
Leonardo DRS has received an undefinitised contract action for the delivery of additional Trophy active protection systems for the US Army.
US Army selects Envistacom to upgrade Phoenix satellite terminal
The US Army Program Executive Office Command Control Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T) has awarded a contract to Envistacom for the upgrade of Phoenix satellite terminal.
US Government agency selects GetSAT’s MilliSAT L/M terminals
A US Government agency has awarded a contract to GetSAT for the supply of its portable MilliSAT land and maritime (L/M) terminals.
2018: The year’s biggest Army Technology stories
Harris and L3 Technologies agreed to merge to establish a $33.5bn global defence technology conglomerate, General Dynamics acquired federal information technology services provider CSRA in a $9.7bn deal. Army-technology.com wraps up key headlines from 2018.
Kongsberg wins US Army’s M153 CROWS system contracts
Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace has been awarded several contracts for the US Army’s M153 Protector common remotely operated weapon stations (CROWS).
Elbit Systems to provide TCLS for Raytheon’s MTS system
Raytheon Company has awarded a contract to Elbit Systems’ US subsidiary for the delivery of the Two Color Laser System (TCLS).
GD and Elbit Systems to deliver IFL APS for US Army Bradley vehicles
The US Army Requirements Oversight Council has given a positive decision for the installation of Iron Fist Light (IFL) active protection system (APS) on the Bradley fighting vehicle.
US approves $3.5bn sale of Patriot missile system to Turkey
The US Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) has notified Congress of a potential foreign military sale of Patriot missile system and related support and equipment to Turkey.
MDA awards $585m contract for Homeland Defense Radar-Hawaii
The US Missile Defense Agency (MDA) has awarded a contract to Lockheed Martin for the Homeland Defense Radar-Hawaii (HDR-H), one of the two planned discriminating radars to be constructed in the Pacific.
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