Elbit Systems of America secures F-16 sustainment work
Elbit Systems of America has been awarded a firm-fixed-price contract by the US Air Force Life Cycle Management Centre worth $471.63 million.
The contract was awarded on 28 February, but it was only announced by the DoD on 5 March.
Elbit will be responsible for providing the USAF F-16 fleet with pylon-based infrared missile warning systems.
The contract runs until February 2030.
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