GTEC Wins Deal to Help Army with Camp Solutions; John Hillen Comments

Global Defense Technology & Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: GTEC) claimed a $37 million contract to provide camp solutions to the U.S. Army as the military looks to modernize and mobilize.

GTEC will offer Expeditionary Tricon Systems (ETS), which will make use of new advancements in shower water re-use technology.

John Hillen, president and CEO, commented on the order:

“As a mission partner for the U.S. military, GTEC is committed to supporting critical national security operations and providing unique solutions by delivering highly engineered systems that enhance the U.S. Army’s expeditionary capabilities.”

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