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December 17, 2013
MDA Continues Surveillance Service for Australian Defence Force

Richmond, British Columbia, Canada, Dec. 11, 2013—MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd. ("MDA" or the "Company") (TSX: MDA), a global communications and information company, announced today that it has been contracted by the Commonwealth of Australia to continue MDA’s Unmanned Aerial Vehicle surveillance service for the Australian Defence Force in Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan until the middle of 2014.

 MDA has been supporting the Australian Forces by providing critically important real-time intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance information directly to ground commanders since January 2010.

About MDA

MDA is a global communications and information company providing operational solutions to commercial and government organizations worldwide.

MDA's business is focused on markets and customers with strong repeat business potential. In addition, the Company conducts a significant amount of advanced technology development. 

MDA's well-established global customer base is served by more than 4,500 employees operating from 11 offices located in the United States, Canada, and internationally.
 
The Company's common shares trade under the symbol TSX:MDA. 
www.mdacorporation.com

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