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PAR Technology receives $1.8M US Navy contract for critical telecom at Djibouti

PAR Technology receives $1.8M US Navy contract for critical telecom at Djibouti

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PAR Technology announced its subsidiary, Rome Research has been awarded a 27 month, $1.8 million contract to provide engineering services and installation of critical telecommunications infrastructure at Camp Lemonnier, in Djibouti Africa. Camp Lemonnier is the primary US Navy base for all operations in the Horn of Africa region.

Commenting on the award, Matt Cicchinelli, President of PAR’s Government Business, stated, “The Horn of Africa Region has been a key point in our nation’s operational posture. We are pleased that the US Navy selected our company for engineering and installation services at Camp Lemonnier. This contract expands our presence in Africa and will enhance our efficiency and service quality to the region.”

PAR Government provides intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance solutions to US Department of Defense, US Government agencies, and private industry. PAR’s government business segment provides solutions and products for the geospatial intelligence community and highly-specialised technical services to the Department of Defense and various federal agencies.

Members of the CJTF HOA Communications Directorate met with Djiboutian Armed Forces soldiers and discussed how to configure and operate an ASDN terminal. Djiboutian Armed Forces soldiers learned how to efficiently operate a terminal to access the ADSN. The Djiboutian Armed Forces uses the ADSN to communicate with forward deployed soldiers. The ADSN is a means for African Union Mission in Somalia to communicate and share information with the US and amongst each other.

The Djiboutian Armed Forces uses the ADSN to communicate with forward deployed soldiers. The ADSN is a means for African Union Mission in Somalia to communicate and share information with the US and amongst each other.
The Djiboutian Armed Forces uses the ADSN to communicate with forward deployed soldiers. The ADSN is a means for African Union Mission in Somalia to communicate and share information with the US and amongst each other. (Image courtesy Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa)

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