General Dynamics Wins $47M to Support Army ISR Intel Stations

General Dynamics‘ (NYSE: GDC4 systems business unit has been awarded a five-year $47 million follow-on contract by the U.S. Army.

Under the contract, General Dynamics will update and maintain all common ground station systems for the Army by providing spare parts, assemblies, engineering support and other services needed keep the CGS up to date.

The Army awarded the first CGS contract for 102 systems to General Dynamics in 1996. The company delivered the first system in 2000, and in 2005, the company secured its first maintenance contract.

CGS are used to assist in the collection, analysis and distribution of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance information collected by airborne and radar aircrafts and unmanned aerial vehicles.

Currently, CGS are in use by the Army, Marine Corps, Air Force and National Geospatial Agency and have been deployed by U.S. forces worldwide.

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