Saab awarded new contracts for Ultra Lightweight Camouflage Net Systems products from the U.S. Defense

Saab awarded new contracts for Ultra Lightweight Camouflage Net Systems products from the U.S. Defense Saab Barracuda LLC was awarded the Ultra Lightweight Camouflage Systems (ULCANS) contract for the U.S. Army extending through December 2008. The contract is potentially worth some US$ 25 Millions a year. Thereby, Saab Barracuda LLC continues to be the sole provider of ULCANS to the U.S. Army. Since 1997, Saab Barracuda LLC has been the sole provider of ULCANS to the U.S. Army. ULCANS, available under NSN for both Woodland and Desert variants, is being fielded by the U.S. Army as the replacement of the former generation camouflage nets. Together with Saab Barracuda AB in Sweden, Saab Barracuda is the world leader in producing customized advanced Signature Management Products offering multi-spectral protection against visual, near infrared, thermal infrared, and radar detection and targeting devices. Saab is one of the world's leading high-technology companies, with its main operations focusing on defence, aviation and space. The group covers a broad spectrum of competence and capabilities in systems integration. For further information please contact: Michelle Arnold, Saab Barracuda LLC Phone: +01 910 814 3080 Ann Batchelor, Vice President Business Development, Saab Barracuda LLC Phone: +01 910 814 3088 www.saab.se ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by Waymaker http://www.waymaker.net The following files are available for download: http://www.waymaker.net/bitonline/2003/12/22/20031222BIT00510/wkr0001.doc http://www.waymaker.net/bitonline/2003/12/22/20031222BIT00510/wkr0002.pdf

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