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Defense Department Buys Flir Surveillance System

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Infrared imaging device maker Flir Systems said it received a Defense Department contract for its 9-inch stabilized electro-optical surveillance system. The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract could bring in as much as $75 million for as many as 200 systems in the next five years. First deliveries should be made in Q1 2005. After the first delivery - costing about a third of a million dollars - additional orders will be determined by competitive trials and available funding. AP reports.

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