Meggitt awarded Aerial Weapons Scoring Systems IDIQ
Meggitt announced on 4 October that it has received a $48 million IDIQ contract to supply Aerial Weapons Scoring Systems (AWSS) to the US Army.
The full-service contract will see the company provide services including product development, training, installation, field and cyber support, and maintenance and repairs.
AWSS provides gunnery training for military users, ensuring safe, efficient operation of targeting systems.
Gerry Janicki, vice president strategy for Meggitt Defense Systems, said: ‘Our AWSS technology enables gunnery crews to simulate real-life defence scenarios, providing essential training and ensuring safe, optimal performance of all equipment. We are proud that our technology has been selected by the US Army and we look forward to working closely with local teams as we roll out our AWSS solution.’
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