US Army orders Javelin weapon systems
The Raytheon-Lockheed Martin joint venture, Javelin JV, has been awarded a $185.6 million contract for Javelin weapon systems by the US Army.
The order includes Javelin weapon system full rate production, all up rounds, command launch unit retrofits, battery coolant units, Javelin outdoor trainers, outdoor trainer instruction station, tripods, Javelin vehicle launcher and electronics.
Work will be completed by 31 August, 2023.
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