Elbit Systems wins contract for repairs to ANVIS/HUD
Elbit Systems Ltd. announced today that its subsidiary in the US, Elbit Systems of America, LLC., has been awarded a five-year, $23 million Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) National Maintenance Contract by the US Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM), for depot level repair services on Elbit Systems of America's Aviator's Night Vision Imaging System Head Up Display (HUD) System (ANVIS/HUD).
The contract is a follow - on to a previous IDIQ contract for depot level repair services on the ANVIS/HUD. Work will be performed by Elbit Systems of America in Talladega, Alabama and is expected to be completed in 2016.
Elbit Systems of America, President and Chief Executive Officer, Raanan Horowitz commented: "This follow-on contract is evidence of our commitment to provide exceptional life-cycle management services in support of mission readiness requirements. We are proud to offer leading solutions and support for our ANVIS/HUD® and many other systems through our Repair Center of Excellence. This agreement reinforces our strong relationship with the Army and we look forward to our continued partnership".
Source: Elbit Systems
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