Air traffic communications system for Kandahar Air Base delivered by Northrop Gruman.
Northrop Grumman Corporation on Wednesday announced that it's Europe-based air traffic management systems subsidiary Northrop Grumman Park Air Systems has won a contract from the NATO Consultation, Command and Control (NATO C3) Agency.
The contract is for Northrop Grumman to provide a second air traffic control receiver site for Kandahar Air Base in Afghanistan. Financial details of the contract were not disclosed.
The receiver site will house 16 VHF/UHF radios for the air base, which are scheduled to be installed in a matter of weeks, due to the urgent NATO operational requirement.
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