Teal to supply Golden Eagle drones to US Customs and Border
Security, defense, and law enforcement UAV specialist Teal Drones has continued expanding its business base by landing a $1 million-plus contract with the US Customs and Border Protection service to supply its high-performance Golden Eagle craft.
Since its 2014 founding, Utah-based Teal has earned itself an admirable reputation for developing UAVs for security deployment, and since its 2021 acquisition by Red Cat Holdings has begun rapidly raising its profile and level of activity with defense and law enforcement clients. The latest example of that effort is the $1,046,806 contract it won this month to supply its premium Golden Eagle drones, accessories, and training to US Customs and Border Protection.
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The deal was made possible by Teal’s 2020 inclusion in the Blue sUAS list of drones cleared for use by the Department of Defense and other US government agencies. As…