More Security Aerostats Headed For Afghanistan

Lockheed Martin is to produce another 29 tethered aerostat surveillance systems for the U.S. Army, taking the total ordered to 66, the majority for deployment to Afghanistan to provide base security. The $184 million contract calls for delivery of the additional Persistent Threat Detection System...

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