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January 28, 2014
07:08 EDTKTOSKratos Defense receives $35M contract for MH60 helicopter crew training systems
Kratos Defense announced that it has received a single contract award valued at over $35M to deliver four MH-60R Naval Aircrew Training Systems, or NATS, and four MH-60S Aircrew Virtual Environment Trainer, or AVET, devices for NAVAIR. The period of performance under this new contract award is five years. This contract will be executed in partnership with the prime contractor, BSC Partners. The NATS and AVET training devices provide a blend of virtual and physical environments for training aircrew members of the MH-60 platform. Aircrew members will be trained in crew coordination, gunnery training, sonar, hoist, search and rescue, and vertical replenishment to include external operations. This award builds on the MEDEVAC Crew Training system contract recently received to develop UH-60 Black Hawk MEDEVAC air crew training systems for the U.S. Army. Kratos will provide multiple simulated full-fidelity simulators to train Flight Medic students in the operations of all on-board systems.
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December 18, 2014
07:04 EDTKTOSKratos Defense receives $4.3M unmanned aerial drone system contract award
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December 8, 2014
07:10 EDTKTOSKratos Defense awarded contract to extend CMC of Es'hailSat
Kratos Defense announced that its Kratos Integral Systems Europe subsidiary has been awarded a contract to extend the existing Capacity Management Center, or CMC, of Es'hailSat, the Qatar Satellite Company, to accommodate the Es'hail-2 satellite, scheduled to launch in late 2016. Having deployed the existing CMC for Es'hailSat in 2013, Kratos ISE will expand that system with a monitoring site at the new Es'hailSat teleport, provide the teleport with four new, Kratos-designed earth stations covering the Ku-band and Ka-band mission of the Es'hail-2 satellite, and extend the existing frequency planning system.

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