ARMY

General Atomics wins $297M Army UAV modification

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems has won a nearly $297 million contract modification to support Army UAV fleets.

Poway, Calif.-based company supplies the Army with its Gray Eagle UAVs, and the $296.9 million modification covers logistics support and fleet sustainment, including spares and repairs.

At the time of award, $225 million was obligated.

Work is slated to finish May 7, 2015, and will be performed in California and Afghanistan.

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Zach Noble is a former FCW staff writer.

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