Boeing plans EMARSS aircraft delivery to Army in December
- By Defense Systems Staff
- Jan 12, 2012
Boeing is set to deliver four Enhanced Medium Altitude Reconnaissance and Surveillance System (EMARSS) intelligence gathering aircraft to the Army in December, a company official has said, Defense News reports.
With a contract award in June 2011, the company is obligated to deliver an operational aircraft in 18 months, said Waldo Carmona, Boeing's director of networked tactical intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, the story said.
He said Boeing has an 18-month contract to deliver four aircraft, fully integrated and tested to deploy, by December, and the company is on schedule to accomplish that, the article said.