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  • upfire22 upfire22 Oct 8, 2010 4:11 PM Flag

    U.S. Military Wont Inter-mix Satelliate Systems

    The Marines just signed a $269 Million Contract with (TSYS)and the Army Contract worth at least $320 Million as expected will be only part of the $5 Billion the army is going to spend on the same systems for their use.Once both have the same systems the soilders are trained on ONE system which makes it universal in the Armed Forces.Then the Navy and Air Force will follow their Contracts as most expect.We will see the price be over $7-7.50 plus real soon.Strong Buy.

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    • Thanks for sharing your "personal opinion". Don't falsely present this as "news". While I agree we are headed much higher, I don't agree with your approach. Stick to the facts or real news or get off the board.

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      • This is news if you didn't know the Army was already giving partial contracts.The key as have been told lies with the budget the Army has to purchase this technology,which is $5 Billion dollars.Management has been talking with the Army Purchasing Department for some time now about the Contracts.The military as we all know recieves a discount if they all purchase the same system technology and it makes it much easier to train military troops with one system opposed to 5 different varieties as told.If you were going to start a transportation business and needed 300 semi's dont you think you should buy them from the same dealer for a better price and easier to deal with when a problem needs answers.The same with the Military.Now you have more information but not all.

    • Right thanks. Next year this will fly thru $10 no sweat.

 
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