Of Special Note

February 2008
Armada International;Feb/Mar2008, Issue 1, p4
The article reports that General Dynamics C4 Systems was contracted to supply broadband network and satellite communication capabilities to U.S. soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. The U.S. Army for Increment One of the Warfighter Information Network Tactical (Win-T) system closed the deal, which was worth $78.3 million. The contract's terms of delivery are cited.


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