The African nation has only eight military aircraft and Ms Short, the former International Development Secretary, insisted it did not need a military air traffic control system.
What does MILTRACS stand for?
MILTRACS stands for Military Air Traffic Control System
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John Payne, Chairman of the Veterans Rights Coalition (VRC), issued the following statement in response to today's decision: "MCI plays a major role in maintaining critical pieces of our national security system, including the Pentagon's Command and Control network, military air traffic control systems, and the Department of Homeland Security.
Two of the PM's most senior female ministers are at daggers drawn over a pounds 28million military air traffic control system sold to Tanzania - which has only eight fighter planes.
Additionally, the military air traffic control system is maintained by MCI, and the company is also a key contractor on the Navy Marine Corps Intranet program.
The controversial sale of a military air traffic control system to Tanzania may not go ahead, International Development Secretary Clare Short said today.
THE sale of a pounds 28million military air traffic control system to one of the world's poorest countries was attacked last night.
Sir, -- I was delighted to hear that Birmingham MP, Clare Short, is urging fellow Cabinet members to reject an export licence for BAE to sell a pounds 28 million military air traffic control system to Tanzania.
Byline: JANE MERRICK A DEAL to sell a pounds 28million military air traffic control system to one of the world's poorest countries has split the Government.