Kratos nabs $7.8M contract to support electronic attack platforms

Kratos Defense and Security Solutions has won a $7.8 million contract to support electronic attack platforms. The company did not disclose its customer.

Under the contract, Kratos will continue to produce long-term electronic attack and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance airborne platforms, the company said in a release.

The systems will be manufactured at the company’s Lancaster and CTI facilities, said Richard Poirier, president of Kratos’ Electronic Products division, the division that won the contract.

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