Boeing's Insitu To Help Navy Operate UAS in Afghanistan, Contingency Missions

BoeingLogoA Boeing subsidiary has won a $7,826,247 contract modification to continue helping the U.S. Navy operate and maintain the branch’s ScanEagle unmanned aircraft systems.

Insitu will help the Navy collect electro-optical/infrared and mid-wave infrared images during land-based operations in Afghanistan and other locations worldwide during contingency operations.

The Navy awarded the modification under a previously awarded firm-fixed-price contract and will obligate $3,557,385 in fiscal year 2013 operations and maintenance, overseas contingency operation funds.

Work will occur in Bingen, Wash. through March 2014 and the Naval Air Systems Command at Patuxent River, Md., is the contracting activity.

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