Raytheon wins ATNAVICS contract
Raytheon has announced that it has been chosen to provide engineering, technical and depot services in support of 15 Air Traffic, Navigation, Integration, and Coordination Systems (ATNAVICS) for the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) and US Marine Corps. The contract was announced 9 March 2012.
Raytheon's ATNAVICS is a mobile system that provides air traffic services for the rapid deployment of troops and equipment to remote locations where no operational airport control and landing system exists. It can be set up in less than an hour with four people and is based on a heritage of military landing systems designed and manufactured for more than 35 years.
Under the contract, Raytheon will provide engineering changes, field and maintenance support, depot requirements and system refurbishment under a previous agreement recently extended by two years. In addition, the work will include fault isolation, assembly, disassembly, fabrication, refurbishment, upgrading, purchasing of parts, components, assemblies and materials, and fleet support activities to return the systems to a level of serviceability comparable to a new system.
The work is expected to be completed in February 2013.
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