Northrop Army contract marries data, imagery for Army commanders

Northrop Grumman has won a $15.7 million contract modification to provide the U.S. Army with operational services in support of the Vehicle and Dismount Exploitation Radar System.

The system gives accurate ground moving target indicator data, as well as synthetic aperture radar imagery to ground commanders in real time, Northrop Grumman said on its website.

The total value of this contract is $139.8 million, the Defense Department said.

Work will take place in Afghanistan.

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