Harris Rockwell Collins and General Dynamics to supply Manpack radios to US army 42902161

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Harris, Rockwell Collins and General Dynamics to supply Manpack radios to US army
Harris Corp., Rockwell Collins Inc. and General Dynamics were awarded a $12,7 billion multiple task order contract for Manpack radios, accessories, and related services for the US Army.
     
Harris Corp., Rockwell Collins Inc. and General Dynamics were awarded a $12,7 billion multiple task order contract for Manpack radios, accessories, and related services for the US Army.Harris Falcon II® AN/PRC-150(C) advanced HF radio
     
The contract involves delivery of Manpack radios, accessories, and related services for Product Manager Handheld, Manpack, and Small Form Fit/Project Manager Tactical radios, US DoD said in a statement Friday. The task order has an estimated completion date of March 20, 2026.

According to a release from Schumer, the contract will "create up to one hundred new jobs and support current jobs at Harris’ facility in Rochester."

Harris, along with Rockwell Collins and General Dynamics, will provide communications gear to the Army. Harris Corp.'s RF Communications Division, based in Rochester, will provide tactical radios to the Army.

"Their radios are durable, dependable, and innovative, which means they have a long useful life to support some of the toughest missions around the globe," Schumer said in a release.
Harris CEO William M. Brown added, "The Manpack program award marks a significant milestone in enhancing our warfighter’s capabilities and we greatly appreciate Senator Schumer’s support."
 

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