Bravura to Lead U.S. Army’s Aerostat Management Under $306 Million Contract
Persistent surveillance systems protect troops thanks to unprecedented
surveillance and threat detection systems, like those developed by Lockheed
Martin and TCOM, have proven especially effective in identifying improvised
explosive devices, tracking insurgent movements and monitoring other suspicious
activity. The companies are subcontractors to Bravura, who will manage the U.S.
Army’s aerostats under a new U.S. Army contract called Persistent Surveillance Systems – Tethered.
Photos courtesy of Lockheed
Martin and TCOM.