CAE Wins Various Military Contracts

22.01.2011 Canada
CAE Wins Various Military Contracts

CAE Wins Various Military Contracts

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CAE of Canada announced it has been awarded a series of military contracts for the defence forces of more than 12 countries valued at more than C$140 million.

Among the contracts are: the design and manufacture of a C-130J weapon systems trainer and other training devices for Lockheed Martin; a contract from Boeing Training Systems and Services to build 2 M-346 full-mission simulators; an agreement with IGTEC to design and manufacture a C-130H full-mission simulator; a contract from Airbus Military to develop A400M maintenance trainers.

 

CAE Also won a contract from Boeing to provide CAE's magnetic anomaly detection (MAD) system for the Indian Navy's P-8I Poseidon aircraft; and another contract from the United Kingdom Ministry of Defence to continue providing training support services for Royal Navy helicopter training systems.

"We are continuing to see opportunities and solid order activity around the world for CAE's comprehensive suite of military simulation products and services," said Martin Gagne, CAE's Group President, Military Products, Training and Services. "We have made it a strategic priority to position the company on key military aircraft that have a long life ahead, such as the C-130, M-346, A400M and P-8."

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