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General Atomics Lands $133M Army Contract Modification for Gray Eagle Drones

General-Atomics-Aeronautical-Systems-LogoGeneral Atomics business unit will provide the U.S. Army with 19 Gray Eagle drones, 19 SATCOM air data terminals and one lot each of initial spares and ground support equipment under a $132.7 million contract modification.

The Defense Department said Monday General Atomics Aeronautical Systems will perform contract work through the end of May 2017 at its facility in Poway, California.

The full obligated amount is from the Army’s “other procurement” funds for fiscal 2014.

DoD said the Army Contracting Command at Redstone Arsenal manages the contract.

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