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Army contracts Dynamics Aviation for continued electronic warfare support

"We're honored by this opportunity," said Dynamics Aviation President and Chief Executive Officer Michael Stoltzfus. "It is a privilege to continue supporting the U.S. Army and the nation's warfighters."
By Richard Tomkins   |   July 21, 2014 at 8:55 AM

BRIDGEWATER, Va., July 21 (UPI) -- The U.S. Army has tapped Dynamic Aviation to provide support for an electronics program for intercepting and jamming enemy communications in Afghanistan.

The program is called the Communications Electronic Attack with Surveillance And Reconnaissance, or CEASAR, used aboard Beechcraft King Air 200 aircraft.

Dynamic Aviation, which specializes in aviation special mission systems, said under the contract it will modify, integrate, and maintain three Beechcraft King Air 200s in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

The award is worth $22.4 million but details as to the length of the contract and the specifics of its work were not disclosed.

"We're honored by this opportunity," said Dynamics Aviation President and Chief Executive Officer Michael Stoltzfus. "It is a privilege to continue supporting the U.S. Army and the nation's warfighters.

"We are pleased that our years of experience and demonstrated performance will be instrumental in further supporting the Army and its critical mission."
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