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Canadian Department Of National Defense Awards EDO $1.4 M Contract

EDO Corporation, of College Point, N.Y., announced that its Defense and Space Systems Division's Combat Systems business unit based in Cheasapeake, Va., has been awarded a production contract in excess of $1.4 million from the Department of National Defense, Canada.

Under the contract, EDO will manufacture and deliver Link-11/ Radar Consoles and Portable Tactical Link Systems to Canadian Maritime Command Headquarters.

These systems will enhance the Canadian Navy's command and control capabilities and provide more effective data transfer within the fleet. Manufacturing and delivery is scheduled to be completed during 1995.

EDO designs and manufactures advanced electronic, acoustic, aerodynamic and hydrodynamic equipment for military applications and marine markets. The company is pursuing the application of its defense- related technologies to civilian and commercial markets, with particular emphasis on the natural gas vehicle equipment marketplace. For more information on EDO Circle 37 on Reader Service Card




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