Harris Secures Tactical Radio Supply Contract From Mideast Nation; Chris Young Comments

HARRIS1Harris Corp. has landed a $17 million order from a Middle East nation for the supply of multiband networking radios.

The company will provide RF-7850M Falcon III radios to the customer as part of the country’s tactical communications modernization program, Harris said Thursday.

Chris Young, president of Harris’ communications systems business, said that the radio supply aims to deliver immediate C4ISR support to address the requirements of the user in its day-to-day operations.

The tactical radios work to deliver command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance functions and support wideband networking for soldiers at the brigade level and below, the company added.

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