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April 6, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

Although it has been trying to grow a business, ICL is still little more than a vestigial player in the defence market, so the Putney company has particular cause to celebrate a UKP1.2m contract from the Royal Australian Air Force making it prime contractor for the supply and implementation of a computerised command and control system based on ICL’s Air Staff Management Aid already in use with the Royal Air Force in the UK and West Germany: the system is to be based on two Series 39 Level 35XP mainframes and a network of DRS 300 controllers.

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