Amid Riots, Greece Acquires C4I System
ATHENS [MENL] -- Greece, amid the worst unrest in decades, has acquired an
advanced security system from the United States.
A leading U.S. firm has delivered a command, control, communications,
coordination and integration system to Greek authorities. Science
Applications International Corp. said the C4I system would coordinate
police, coast guard, fire and ambulance services.
"System acceptance is an important milestone in the implementation of
this state-of-the-art system, and properly recognizes the tremendous efforts
of the Greek state and SAIC to deliver an effective solution," SAIC
executive vice president Donald Foley said.