Elbit selected by Finland for radio comms contract
Elbit Systems announced on 31 October that had been awarded a contract worth around $25 million from the Finnish MoD to supply radio communications systems to the Finnish Army. The contract will run for a two-year period.
Under this arrangement, Elbit will supply secured radio communications systems that enable tactical command and fire control and are backwards-compatible with analogue radios currently in use with the Finnish Army.
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