PAR Technology Subsidiary Extends US Navy Satellite Work; Ron Casciano Comments

AEHF satelliteThe U.S. Navy has extended its contract with a PAR Technology subsidiary to operate and maintain the service’s satellite for another year.

Rome Research Corp. will deliver telemetry, tracking and satellite control services for FLTSAT, UFO, POLAR EHF and MUOS satellite constellations, PAR said Wednesday.

The company will perform work at the Mugu, California-based Naval Satellite Operations Center headquarters and detachments in Colorado, Maine and Guam.

Ron Casciano, CEO and president of PAR Technology, said the company’s “operations in tracking, telemetry and commanding communication satellites as well as the management and ground system maintenance of Navy communications satellite equipment” provide continuous communication services to warfighters.

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