AIR FORCE

Goodrich wins $183M contract for Saudi Arabian recon system

Goodrich Corp. has won a $183 million contract with the Air Force to setup and install the DB110 Reconnaissance System program for the Royal Saudi Air Force.

The DB110 Reconnaissance System is a digital, real-time, tactical reconnaissance system designed to capture images in day or night, using electro-optical sensor technology, according to its website.

Under the contract, Goodrich will provide in-country setup and installation, ground stations and a pod survey study.

Work will be performed in Saudi Arabia and in Westford, Mass. The contract runs through July 23, 2021.

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