Rockwell Collins wins $85M contract to augment Army helicopters

Rockwell Collins has won a $85 million contract to provide eight types of spare part items for radio receiving sets, low-frequency automatic direction finders and tactical navigation systems for Army helicopters.

Work is expected to be completed by April 18, 2016, and will take place in Iowa, according to the Defense Department announcement.

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