Comtech receives additional VSAT funding
Comtech Telecommunications will continue to provide Very Small Aperture Terminals (VSAT) to the US Army, the company announced on 14 May.
The $14.7 million in funding was received during the company’s third quarter of fiscal 2019 by its Command & Control Technologies group.
Fred Kornberg, president and CEO, Comtech Telecommunications, said: ‘This additional funding illustrates the value we provide to the US Army’s ongoing objectives and demonstrates how this support strengthens the warfighter’s on-going capabilities for success in their missions.’
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