Herzliya, Israel, September 2009 – BIRD Aerosystems received a new order to protect an undisclosed number of helicopters to be operated by NATO forces in Afghanistan.
BIRD will be responsible to provide a turn-key project that will include the delivery, installation and certification of the Airborne Missile Protection System (AMPS) on the NATO Helicopters.
BIRD Aerosystems Ltd. is a privately owned company established in 2001 and based in Israel. BIRD specializes in providing Airborne Missile Self Protection Systems (AMPS) that protects military, civil and VIP aircraft against Man-Portable Air Defense Systems (MANPADS) and Airborne Surveillance, Information and Observation (ASIO) systems for Maritime and ground surveillance missions.
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For more details contact: Shaul Mazor
BIRD Aerosystems Ltd.
+972-9-9725700 ext. 709
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