Raytheon to deliver C4I system to Saudi Arabia
Raytheon will deliver a Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) system to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia under a new contract announced on 26 November. The system will be delivered by Raytheon’s Network Centric Systems business.
Raytheon said the contract was awarded as a direct commercial sale by the Saudi Ministry of Defense (MOD) and has a value in excess of $600 million. Under the agreement, the company will provide a national, strategic C4I system, providing capabilities for joint service coordination.
Raytheon has worked with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the past four decades. The company said it ‘values its continuing partnership with the Kingdom and is proud to have been selected to implement this essential system.’
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