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Axsys Technologies Wins Order For Infrared Cameras For Military Applications

File image of the Predator - a UAV that is regularly used in Iraq for hard target surveillance operations and where correct target identification is critical to avoiding collateral damage.

Rocky Hill, CT (SPX) Jul 18, 2005
Axsys Technologies, Inc. has received a $6.9 million order to manufacture thermal camera systems for an undisclosed military program in the Middle East.

These high-performance, multi-field-of-view cameras enable users to execute surveillance missions in complete darkness. The order specifies product delivery over the next eighteen months.

"Axsys continues to win important infrared camera programs for critical applications," said Stephen W. Bershad, Chairman and CEO of Axsys Technologies.

"As this order attests, our reputation for designing and delivering high-quality surveillance systems is growing among important customers worldwide."

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DRS Technologies To Supply Embedded Diagnostics Systems For Army Combat Vehicles
Parsippany NJ (SPX) Jul 18, 2005
DRS Technologies, Inc. has been awarded a $16.8 million contract from the U.S. Army to deliver new embedded diagnostics systems for installation on the M2A3 Bradley Fighting Vehicles.







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