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Flir Awarded $18M for Navy Imaging Systems
May 2012
PORTLAND, Ore., May 21, 2012 — The US Navy Expeditionary Combat Command has awarded Flir Systems Inc. a $17.9 million delivery order for its SeaFlir maritime imaging systems, which are expected to be deployed on US Navy patrol boats.

Flir’s SeaFlir product line is currently deployed for search and rescue, interdiction, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and targeting application missions. In addition, all systems are engineered, designed and qualified for operation in the harshest maritime conditions.

Work for this contract will take place at the company’s Billerica, Mass., facility. Deliveries are expected to begin in the third quarter of this year.

Flir manufactures and markets sensor systems that enhance perception and awareness.

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