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    US Special Operations Command Awards $900Mln For Weapon Systems Tech Support

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    ARMA Global, a subsidiary of General Dynamics Information Technology will provide engineering and technical services for major weapon systems of the US Special Operations Command (SOCOM), and assist with decision-making and program controls, according to official statement.

    WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — Technical, engineering and other support services for major weapon systems will be provided to the US Special Operations Command (SOCOM) for the next five years under a  $900 million contract, the US defense contractor General Dynamics announced in a press release on Friday.

    “Work under the contract will be carried out by ARMA Global, a subsidiary of General Dynamics Information Technology that supports the global missions of [US] Special Operations Forces,” the release explained.

    The company will provide engineering and technical services for major weapon systems, and assist with decision-making and program controls, the release noted.


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