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General Atomics Wins $110M to Sustain Army Gray Eagle UAS

General-Atomics-Aeronautical-Systems-LogoGeneral Atomics Aeronautical Systems has won a $110, 261, 703 contract modification to continue helping the U.S. Army sustain its fleet of Gray Eagle unmanned aircraft systems.

This modification increases the total value of the previously awarded cost-plus-incentive-fee contract to $354, 683, 431, the Defense Department said Tuesday.

GA-ASI will perform work in Afghanistan and the Army is allocating fiscal year 2013 operations and maintenance funds for the award, along with other procurement funds.

In August 2012, GA-ASI helped two federal agencies test the Gray Eagle and its transponders as the company aims to have the UAS be interoperable with civilian and military air traffic control systems.

Check out the TheNewNewInternet’s coverage for more details on the company’s aims.

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