U.S. government awards TROJAN contract to SES Space and Defense

SES Space and Defense has been awarded a U.S. government TROJAN follow-on contract to support U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) for up to a five-year period. Using SES’s global network of satellite services, SES Space and Defense will continue to support the Army’s premier intelligence network in delivering operational intelligence capabilities and enhancing combat readiness.

SES Space and Defense was awarded the initial TROJAN contract in 1998 and has expanded the network as it exists today – providing satellite bandwidth, systems engineering support, operations, and maintenance of the SATCOM network globally.

“We’ve had the honor of supporting INSCOM’s efforts for over two decades on the TROJAN Network, and it is a great privilege to continue serving their mission,” said the President and CEO of SES Space and Defense, retired Air Force Brig. Gen. Pete Hoene. “We look forward to providing advanced SATCOM capabilities and delivering secure and reliable multi-band solutions in support of Army military intelligence missions worldwide in the coming years.”

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Featured image: U.S. Marine Corps Lance Corporal Ariana Romero, a satellite transmission operator, sets up a satellite terminal. (Photo by: U.S. Marine Corps SSgt. Marcela Diazdeleon.) The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement.


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