General Atomics to Operate MQ-9 Reaper ISR Flights for US Marine Corps
12:34 PM, June 20, 2018
MQ-9 Reaper UAV
General Atomics has been awarded $39.5 million to provide additional unmanned air system intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance surge support for Marine Corps Task Force.
According to the contract, the Marine Corps Task Force Southwest operations in the US Central Command (CENTCOM) area of operations (AOR) will get additional UAS ISR support using contractor-owned/contractor-operated MQ-9 Reaper unmanned air systems, the US department of defense said in a statement Tuesday.
Work is expected to be completed in November 2018.
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