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Curtiss-Wright Awarded $4.25M Contract for U.S. Army Program


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Curtiss Wright Corporation
: 31 July, 2008  (New Product)
Award for Support of Future Combat Systems
Curtiss-Wright Corporation has been chosen for the development and demonstration phase of the U.S. Army's Future Combat Systems' (FCS) Integrated Computer System (ICS) program. Under terms of the contract with General Dynamics C4 Systems and Rockwell Collins, Inc., Curtiss-Wright will supply its Gigabit Ethernet Switch Module (GESM) to meet the performance and reliability needs of the FCS, a family of advanced, networked air- and ground-based military systems for use by the U.S. Army's future forces.

'Curtiss-Wright is proud to supply our advanced open-standards based networking products for the U.S. Army's FCS/ICS program,' said Martin R. Benante, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Curtiss-Wright. 'We have taken a leadership role in developing the new high performance standards needed to meet emerging defense applications and we are committed to delivering products based on these standards that should provide maximum throughput, compatibility and computing power.'

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