Kratos receives combat system work order
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions’ Command, Control, Communications, Computing, Combat & Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) modular systems division has received an order on a combat system programme of record.
The $2.7 million initial production order was announced on 8 January.
Tom Mills, president of Kratos C5ISR modular systems division, said: ‘A key element of our strategy is to achieve designed in positions or contract awards on large, long term, multi-year C5ISR programmes of record, and we are proud to have been selected to support this national security priority platform.’
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