The US Army Communications-Electronics Life Cycle Management Command recently awarded SRCTec a contract valued at $94,386,209 for urgently required Counter Remote Control Improvised Explosive Device Electronic Warfare, or CREW Duke V2 systems.

The CREW Duke system counters radio-controlled roadside bombs, or IEDs, and is currently the US Army’s most widely fielded CREW system. Since its inception in 2006, SRCTec has been awarded multiple contracts from the US Army to provide CREW Duke systems, as well as spares, logistics services, in theater engineering and field maintenance representatives, depot services, retrofit upgrades, vehicle integration support, engineering analysis and test support. The CREW Duke system has played a critical role in reducing the number of IEDs detonated in the field. The system’s first generation Counter-Measure Protection System was one of the US Army’s Top 10 Greatest Inventions in 2005.

“SRCTec is proud to manufacture systems that protect our warfighters and help ensure their safe return home,” said Mary Ann Tyszko, President and CEO of SRCTec. “This award continues our strong partnership with the Army on the CREW Duke program."