ARA Awarded DLA Tactical Antenna Supply IDIQ; Logen Thiran Quoted

Logen Thiran
Logen Thiran

TYSONS CORNER, VA, August 4, 2020 — Antenna Research Associates will provide lightweight tactical antennas to the U.S. military under a potential five-year, $12M contract from the Defense Logistics Agency, GovCon Wire reported July 22.

Logen Thiran, president and CEO of ARA, said the award reflects the company's ability to help Department of Defense customers deploy critical equipment for communications.

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