Arotech receives orders for FAAC, MILO systems
Arotech’s Training and Simulation Division (ATSD) has received $2.9 million in orders from the US Department of State for FAAC police driving simulators and MILO Theater systems, the company announced on 20 March.
Orders year-to-date include 12 FAAC police driving simulators slated for delivery to Mexico and four MILO Theatre systems for delivery to Pakistan and Honduras.
Kurt Flosky, president of ATSD, said: ‘We are pleased to continue our support of Department of State’s international training initiatives. ATSD is uniquely qualified to support Department of State’s global law enforcement training initiatives, bringing to bear both our world-class FAAC police driving simulators and MILO Theater judgment-skills systems to provide our allied countries advanced training capabilities.’
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