Guardian Mobility announces new G4 and G4ME application

Guardian Mobility Inc. announced on Oct. 25 a new three-year contract, under the Foreign Military Sale (FMS) agreement, with the United States Air Force, to supply the Iraqi Air Force fleet of aircraft with situational awareness, tracking and support across multiple aircraft types.

One of Guardian's product hardware selected for the U.S. and Iraqui Air Force fleet of aircraft is the Silvereye Aviation 360-degree awareness and mapping web-accessible system software. Guardian Mobility Photo
One of Guardian’s product hardware selected for the U.S. and Iraqi Air Force fleet of aircraft is the Silvereye Aviation 360-degree awareness and mapping web-accessible system software. Guardian Mobility Photo
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The product hardware selected for the aircraft is Guardian’s proven and popular G4, coupled with their Silvereye Aviation 360-degree awareness and mapping web-accessible system software.

Included in the agreement are all airtime service fees, G4 hardware, training, aircraft installation and wiring, and support for the duration of the contract.

Another Guardian hardware product selected for the aircraft is the G4 hardware system. Guardian Mobility Photo
Another Guardian hardware product selected for the aircraft is the G4 hardware system. Guardian Mobility Photo

In speaking about this contract, Stephane Momy, chief operating officer for Guardian, said, “This contract is a significant endorsement for the quality and reliability of our G4 and Silvereye Aviation products and services. Our progressive growth and product development is showing strong results for the company and reliable, sustainable support and service to our clients. Adding the U.S. and Iraqi Air Forces to our list of clients is an incredible source of pride for us, as our system provides enhanced fleet safety and command and control capabilities for the Iraqi Air Force. We are looking forward to a mutually rewarding experience.”

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