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Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc has announced that Micro Systems, Inc., (a wholly owned subsidiary and part of the Kratos Unmanned Systems Division), has received a US$85,949,472 contract, with a $60.7M base and two options totalling approximately $25.3M, from the US Army to support the Army Ground Aerial Target Control System. This includes software updating, cyber security inspections and installation of replacement parts.

Micro Systems, Inc. has been the primary designer, manufacturer, and supplier of high-performance unmanned aerial and ground target command and control systems to the US DoD since 1985. These hardware and software systems have provided reliable and robust capability successfully supporting over 3,000 operational weapon system test, training, and evaluation missions worldwide. Advanced features enabling multi-domain multi-vehicle mission profiles, remote and autonomous control modes, high-speed high bandwidth datalink communications, and ensured integrity with rigorous cybersecurity and Information Assurance (IA) implementations have made Micro Systems, Inc. the premier target control system provider for aerial (subscale, full scale, and rotary wing), ground, seaborne, and small Unmanned Aerial System (sUAS) platforms.

Kratos Unmanned Systems Division is a leading provider of high performance unmanned aerial drone and target systems for threat representative target missions to exercise weapon, radar, and other systems and tactical aerial drone systems for strike/ISR and force multiplication missions.

Jack Richardson