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GECO Puma MSS FOC on track

17th June 2016 - 12:07 GMT | by Trevor Nash in Lincoln

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Inzpire Ltd has announced that the Royal Air Force’s (RAF) two Puma squadrons, part of Joint Helicopter Command (JHC), are shortly to announce final operating capability (FOC) for the company’s GECO mission support system (MSS).

The MSS contract was signed in April 2015 with initial operating capability (IOC) announced in February this year. The RAF is to receive 13 mission planning systems – a mix of fixed desk-top and ruggedized deployable systems – and a total of 44 ruggedized GECO tablets.

Once FOC has been achieved each Puma is expected to carry two devices; the pilot will carry

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After a career in the British Army, Trevor Nash worked in the simulation and training …

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