TRACOR AEROSPACE RECEIVES $6.9 MILLION CONTRACT
TRACOR AEROSPACE RECEIVES $6.9 MILLION CONTRACT AUSTIN, Texas, July 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Tracor Aerospace, Inc.
announced today that it was awarded a $6.9 million contract for the fabrication of MJU-23/B flares from the Ogden Air Logistics Center, Hill Air Force Base, Utah.
George R. Melton, president, Tracor Aerospace, said the MJU-23/B flare is designed to protect the U.S. Air Force B-1B aircraft from heat-seeking missiles. Tracor Aerospace, a subsidiary of Tracor, is a leader in the development and production of advanced countermeasures systems and expendables used on board aircraft, ships, tanks and missiles to counter weapons threats. The three-year contract will be performed by employees at the Expendables Technology Center in San Ramon, Calif., under the direction of Martin C. Hughes, division vice president, and Frank Martucci, program manager. Tracor provides a broad range of technological products, systems and services for diverse government and commercial markets. In addition to advanced countermeasures and defense electronics systems, the company is a significant engineering and support contractor in communications and sonar and a major source for comprehensive flight testing, training and aircraft modification services. -0- 7/9/92 /CONTACT: Marian Kelley of Tracor Aerospace, 512-929-2273/ CO: Tracor Aerospace Inc. ST: Texas IN: ARO SU: CON
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