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Harris Lands $106M AF Follow-On Award for Ground-Based Systems Support

HARRISHarris (NYSE: HRS) has secured a $106 million follow-on contract option from the U.S. Air Force to provide a range of ground-based systems support services for missile warning, missile defense and space surveillance operations.

The company said Wednesday the follow-on award covers depot-level maintenance, repairs, upgrade, contractor logistics support and others for six weapon systems across 12 locations.

The award exercises the 10th option year in the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s System Engineering and Sustainment Integrator contract that it awarded to Harris in 2002, the company added.

The SENSOR contract includes a five-year base period with 13 option years.

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