MacB wins $18.5M Air Force C4ISR contract

MacAulay-Brown has won a $18.5 million contract to increase the Air Force’s command, control, communication, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance technology capabilities.

Under the contract, MacB will provide research, analysis, development, prototyping and experimentation for future systems for the Air Force and Joint C4ISR communities, the company said in a release.

MacB will also work with the U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center to increase command and control requirements in areas that are critical to national security, including cybersecurity, agile combat support and integrated air and missile defense, the company said.

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