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Boeing Insitu ScanEagle drones sold to Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam

Boeing subsidiary Insitu was awarded an almost $48 million contract for 34 ScanEagle unmanned air vehicles for Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and Vietnam, the U.S. Department of Defense said in a release.

The $47,930,791 firm-fixed-price delivery order was issued against a 2017 basic ordering agreement, the Friday, May 31 release said.

The order also provides for spare payloads, spare and repair parts, support equipment, tools, training, technical services, and field service representatives.

Malaysia is to receive 12 vehicles, Indonesia 8; the Philippines 8, and Vietnam 6. The release also detailed the costs to each government: Malaysia $19,329,334; Philippines $9,633,665; Vietnam $9,770,120; and Indonesia $9,197,672.

Work is expected to be completed in March 2022.

The Boeing Insitu ScanEagle drone ScanEagle is a small, portable low-altitude long-endurance unmanned aerial vehicle with a flight endurance of over 20 hours used for battlefield intelligence, reconnaissance and surveillance.

A single ScanEagle system reportedly comprises four air vehicles, a ground control station, a remote video terminal and the launch and recovery systems. The drone carries a stabilized electro-optical and/or infrared camera on a lightweight inertial stabilized turret system. It can also carry a miniature synthetic aperture radar.

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