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BAE Secures $100M Army Intell Data Collection, Analysis Support Contract

BAE Systems has received a potential four-year, $100 million contract to help the U.S. Army‘s 116th Military Intelligence Brigade obtain situational awareness with the use of sensor and geospatial platforms.

The company said Monday it will support MIB in efforts to analyze, collect, exploit, process and disseminate intelligence data and video essential for mission planning and training activities.

A team of BAE analysts will perform work through the Army Intelligence and Security Command’s Aerial Reconnaissance Surveillance Team contract.

BAE also currently looks for U.S. professionals who specialize in full-motion video ISR.

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