Leidos Wins $662 Million Army Reconnaissance Contract

Leidos has been named the winner of the Airborne Reconnaissance Low – Enhanced (ARL-E) competition to replace the Army’s Bombardier EO-5C ARL-Multifunction surveillance aircraft. L-3 Communications and Northrop Grumman were the other contenders for the five-year, $662 million program, which will...

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