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Argon ST Lands on $45 Million Air Drop Project

Boeing (NYSE: BA) subsidiary Argon ST, along with partner Atair, secured a $45 million ID/IQ to cover the Joint Precision Air Drop System Ultra Light Weight project from the Marine Corps System Command.

JPADS-ULW is an aircraft-deployed steerable canopy system that is able to handle cargo loads of 250 to 699 pounds of rigged weight.

“Argon ST and Atair are excited for the opportunity to support the Marine Corps and are committed to ensuring the latest technologies and overall capabilities through our JPADS-ULW system.” said Keith Harmon, director of operations support for Argon ST.

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