Kratos announces new RWR award
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions has announced that its subsidiary, Herley Industries, has been awarded a contract by an unnamed US prime contractor for integrated microwave assemblies used on the APR-39 Radar Warning Receiver (RWR). The contract was announced 30 April, 2012.
Radar warning receivers are an important part of threat warning systems. The receivers are fitted to a variety of fixed-wing and tilt-wing military aircraft and helicopters to detect radar signals, determine the threat levels, and command countermeasures.
According to Kratos, the award is worth $1.4 million as part of an IDIQ contract. The estimated potential value of the IDIQ contract is more than $12 million through 2015.
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