Raytheon has won a $24.7 million Global Hawk Ground Station sustainment Contract.
Raytheon Company said in a statement that it has been awarded a one-year subcontract worth$24.7 million for support services of the ground station elements of the RQ-4 Global Hawk high-altitude, long-endurance unmanned aircraft system.
David Wilson, Defense and Civil Mission Solutions director Raytheon Intelligence and Information Systems said, “The Global Hawk unmanned aircraft system, supported by Raytheon’s ground station, has proven its capabilities, with numerous missions to Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya as well as providing detailed high-resolution imagery from the earthquakes in Japan. As the original developer and producer of the Global Hawk ground station, Raytheon is proud to be a major subcontractor, providing sustainment vital to the success of the Global Hawk system. We are committed to providing continued exceptional performance in support of warfighters.”