US Army picks Raytheon to continue NASAMS services
Raytheon will continue to support the National Advanced Surface to Air Missile System (NASAMS) under a $92.37 million contract from the US Army. The deal covers sustainment, maintenance, training, refurbishment, overhaul, engineering services and spares.
Work is scheduled for completion by mid-February 2024, with locations and funding to be determined with each order.
NASAMS was originally developed by Kongsberg and Raytheon to meet the requirements of the Royal Norwegian Air Force. Data from Shephard Defence Insight shows that 11 militaries worldwide (including the US) have put NASAMS into service.
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