Exelis Wins $9M Canadian Night Vision Devices Contract

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Exelis has won a foreign military sales contract from the U.S. Army to supply Canada with night vision devices and image intensifier tubes, worth a total of of $9 million.

The company will provide its hand-held, helmet-mounted, rugged Exelis Generation 3 night vision technology system, comprised of night vision goggles with image intensifier tubes, to provide low light resolution for target recognition and identification, Exelis announced Tuesday.

Nick Bobay, Exelis night vision & tactical communications system division president said the contract “enhances our long-standing relationship with Canada as a night vision customer.”

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