Netherlands requests M1156 PGKs
The US State Department has made a determination approving a possible foreign military sale to the Netherlands of 3,500 M1156 Precision Guided Kits (PGKs), the DSCA announced on 24 April.
The Netherlands has also requested six PGK settable trainers; two PGK cut away models; 100 M76 PGK fuze wrenches; and ten Extended Length Artillery Projectile Extractors.
Technical data and publications, engineering and logistics support services have also been requested. The estimated total cost of the package is $70 million.
If the sale is confirmed, the principal contractor will be Orbital ATK
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