NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mar. 17, 2009--
L-3 Communications (NYSE: LLL) announced today that it has been selected
as one of multiple awardees for the U.S. Army Program Executive Office
for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation Omnibus Contract (STOC II).
The STOC II program is an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity
(ID/IQ) vehicle with a contract ceiling of $17.5 billion and a total
potential ordering period of 10 years.
L-3’s MPRI unit will oversee an L-3 team which includes its Link
Simulation and Training, Global Solutions and Engineering Services,
Enterprise IT Solutions, C2S2, D.P. Associates, Coleman Aerospace and
“This award will enable us to provide a wide array of services and
products to the U.S. Army and our fine soldiers,” said retired General
Carl E. Vuono, president of L-3’s Services Group. “L-3’s expertise in
leadership training and support, advanced simulation systems and
engineering services makes us uniquely positioned to be able to quickly
respond to the Army’s requirements.”
Headquartered in New York City, L-3 Communications employs over 64,000
people worldwide and is a prime contractor in aircraft modernization and
maintenance, C3ISR (Command, Control, Communications,
Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) systems and government
services. L-3 is also a leading provider of high technology products,
subsystems and systems. The company reported 2008 sales of $14.9 billion.
To learn more about L-3, please visit the company's Web site at www.L-3com.com.
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information. Financial and other material information regarding L-3 is
routinely posted on the company’s Web site and is readily accessible.
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Source: L-3 Communications