SRC wins CREW Duke spare parts contract
SRC has received a $13 million contract from the Defense Logistics Agency to provide the US Army with spare parts for the AN/VLQ-12 Counter-Remote Controlled Improvised Explosive Device (RCIED) Electronic Warfare (CREW) Duke system, the company announced on 17 August.
CREW Duke is a vehicle-mounted system that neutralises RCIED threats. It uses an advanced software-defined architecture that supports rapid reconfiguration for adapting to evolving threat environments.
Paul Tremont, president and CEO of SRC, said: ‘The CREW Duke system saves lives every day and sustainment support for our fielded systems is critical to protect our warfighters, helping them to return safely from their missions.
'We will continue to deliver products and services to improve the lifespan of our solutions.’
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