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BAE Wins $85M Army Missile Defense Research Extension; Tom White Comments

BAE-systems-logo_GovConWireBAE Systems has won an $85 million contract extension to continue researching and engineering missile defense methods and technologies for the U.S. Army.

The two-year extension falls under the Concepts and Operations for Space and Missile Defense Integration Capabilities contract vehicle with the Army’s Space and Missile Defense Command, BAE said Thursday.

Since 2006, the company has developed and integrated electronic systems for surveillance and reconnaissance missions for the command under COMSIC.

Tom White, BAE senior director of mission support solutions, said the company intends to fast-track development of capabilities and forces for the command.

Work will include technical, engineering and research assistance for the agency’s Future Warfare Center in Huntsville, Ala. and Colorado Springs, Colo.

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