Surveillance Austrailia Wins Defense Contract

Thursday, December 08, 2005
South Australian-based company, Surveillance Australia, has been named as the tenderer for a billion dollar defense contract. If it wins the deal, the company will be responsible for Australian coastal patrols, as part of the federal coastal maritime surveillance program.
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