Boeing has stopped work on its $323 million intelligence aircraft contract for the U.S. Army and losing bidder L-3 Communications has joined Northrop Grumman in protesting the service’s recent source selection. Boeing received its stop-work order Dec. 15 following the Dec. 14 protest filed by Northrop Grumman to the Army’s Enhanced Medium-Altitude Reconnaissance and Surveillance System (Emarss) contract (Aerospace DAILY, Dec. 16). L-3 filed its protest Dec. 15. The U.S. Government ...

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