Kratos contracted for C5ISR work
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions has been awarded a $5.9 million contract award to provide C5ISR hardware and subsystems for an undisclosed missile defence-related programme.
Work under this new contract award will be performed in secure Kratos manufacturing facilities, providing command, providing control, communications, computer, combat and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C5ISR) capabilities, and due to competitive, customer-related concerns, the company cannot provide any more information.
‘The recapitalisation of US and allied armed forces to address peer and near peer threats is providing significant new opportunities to Kratos, including in the missile defence, radar and missile systems areas,’ Tom Mills, president of Kratos' C5ISR modular systems division, said.
‘We are honoured to have been chosen to support this mission critical and priority national security programme.’
The company’s modular systems business provides specialised high-altitude electromagnetic pulse protected products, systems and subsystems in support of missile defence, missile, radar, unmanned, high power directed energy, surface combatant and other systems and platforms.
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