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Astrion-ASRI Joint Venture to Support Army Mission Programs Under $910M Contract

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Astrion-ASRI Joint Venture to Support Army Mission Programs Under $910M Contract

The U.S. Army Contracting Command has awarded Astrion a five-year, $910 million contract to continue providing mission support services to the military branch through a joint venture with AI Signal Research Inc.

Under the Redstone Test and Engineering Services contract, the Joint Technical Solutions joint venture will continue supporting the Army’s missile, aviation and combat weapon system capabilities. Dave Zolet, CEO of Astrion, said the company will use its years of experience to ensure that the Army will be guided on new technology issues and developments so warfighters can maintain a competitive edge.

The contract will support the Army Test and Evaluation Command, Astrion said.

The award follows other contracts the Army awarded to its partners for missile-related work.

In February, BAE Systems secured several Army foreign military sales contracts worth a total of $114 million to deliver AN/AAR-57 Common Missile Warning Systems. The CMWS is the standard missile warning and hostile fire detection system the Army uses on its helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft.

In December, the Army awarded Firehawk Aerospace a Small Business Innovation Research Phase III contract to identify new ways to produce propulsion engines for various rocket programs more efficiently.

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