Kratos Subsidiary Gets Engineering Contract Modifications for Army Ground Aerial Target Control System

Kratos - ExecutiveMosaicThe U.S. Army has awarded $2 million in contract modifications to a Kratos Defense & Security Solutions subsidiary for additional hardware production and engineering support services.

Micro Systems will work to support the Army Ground Aerial Target Control System, target vehicle control tools and related ancillary equipment, Kratos said Monday.

AGATCS is a program under the Army’s Targets Management Office and works as a command-and-control system for aerial, maritime surface and ground-based unmanned target vehicles.

Micro Systems is a part of Kratos’ unmanned systems division and develops and delivers command-and-control systems, vehicle management tools and unmanned vehicle platforms for use in aerial, land and maritime missions.

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