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Air Force Orders Boeing B-52 CONECT Upgrade, Retrofit Kits

boeing logoTYSONS CORNER, VA September 29, 2015 — ExecutiveBiz reported Monday on Boeing (NYSE: BA) being selected to provide B-52 aircraft communications systems for the U.S. Air Force under a $46.7 million contract to modernize the fleet’s digital display, network servers and data links.

The deal includes seven upgrade kits and 21 retrofit kits for the B-52 Combat Network Communication Technology with a period of performance through the first half of 2017, Intelligent Aerospace said Monday.

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