BAE Delivers Aircraft Protection System Prototype to U.S. Army

Bae systems logo_ExecutiveBizTYSONS CORNER, VA May 21, 2015 — BAE Systems Inc. has concluded 12 months of development work on the U.S. Army’s Common Infrared Countermeasure program under an $11 million contract to produce a prototype following two years of technology demonstrations, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday.

According to BAE, its engineers were able to integrate the same reliability features the military expects from its existing missile warning and threat IR countermeasures platforms into the CIRCM

“Closely aligned with the U.S. Army’s goals of providing high performance, agile, reliable and best value solutions, we stand ready to deliver the next-generation aircraft survivability equipment to our brave armed forces, ” Terry Crimmins, vice president and general manager of survivability and targeting solutions at BAE Systems, said Wednesday.

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