GA-ASI, Cobham Renew Drone Lifecycle Support Agreement

ReaperTYSONS CORNER, VA June 18, 2015 — Executive Mosaic — General Atomics Aeronautical Systems will continue to partner with Cobham in providing full lifecycle support to the Predator B / MQ-9 Reaper program in Australia and the U.K., ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday.

The two sides formalized the extension by signing a teaming agreement this week, General Atomics said Tuesday.

“Cobham and GA-ASI have been working in partnership for more than 10 years to cover UAV whole life support requirements, ” said Peter Nottage, President, Cobham Aviation Services.

“This teaming agreement enables us to apply our specialist capabilities in supporting sophisticated, fit-for-purpose aerial platforms that perform special missions.”

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