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General Dynamics to Wrap Up Army Comm Network R&D for $475M

general dynamics logoA General Dynamics business unit (NYSE: GD) has been awarded a $475 million contract to complete research and development work on a future communications network for the U.S. Army.

General Dynamics C4 Systems will work to assemble and code items for the Warfighter Information Network- Tactical Increment 3 in to move into the production and deployment phase, the Defense Department said Thursday.

According to the company, WIN-T Increment 3 is intended as a three-tiered network of traditional line-of-sight tools, unmanned aerial vehicles and satellites.

The contract also calls on General Dynamics to integrate, test and evaluate products for WIN-T Increment 3.

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