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Harris To Provide Special Ops Command $81M In Radios

Harris Corp. (NYSE: HRS) received an $81 million delivery order to provide the U.S. Special Operations Command with tactical radios, the company announced Tuesday.

The company holds a contract to support the command’s capital replacement program, developed to modernize the command’s tactical radios.

Harris will supply Falcon III AN/PRC-117G wideband manpack tactical radios to equip warfighters with Type-1 secure wideband tactical communications.

According to the company, the radios provide an upgradeable platform for real-time voice, video and data communications to dismounted and vehicular warfighters.

Harris has provided the U.S. military and allied forces with more than 20,000 of the first NSA-certified High Assurance Internet Protocol Equipment encryption radios.

The company was also named to a National Institutes of Health $20 billion information technology services contract on Tuesday.

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