SRCTec Gets Order for 3,239 ‘Urgently Needed’ Duke V2 IED Jammers

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CREW Duke V2 System SRCTec in Syracuse, NY received a $94.4 million firm-fixed-price contract for the procurement of 3,239 urgently required Duke V2 systems. The SRCTec CREW Duke system is a vehicle-mounted electronic jammer designed to prevent the remote detonation of land mines. The CREW Duke V2 is the US Army version of the CREW 2.0 system, comparable to the Joint CREW (JCREW) 2… The field-deployable CREW Duke system uses jamming technology to counter the Remote Control Improvised Explosive Devices (RCIED) threat. The design has been engineered to keep weight, size, and power requirements at a minimum, according to SRCTec. CREW Duke mounts into Hummers and other military vehicles. SRTec will perform the work in Syracuse, NY, with an estimated completion date of Dec 31/10. US Army Communications-Electronics Life Cycle Management Command’s Acquisition Center at Fort Monmouth, NJ manages the contract (W15P7T-05-D-S205).

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