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Meggitt wins small arms training contract
Meggitt Training Systems has won a $31.7 million contract for indoor simulated marksmanship training systems from the US Marine Corps (USMC), the company announced on 13 January.
The five-year, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract covers the design, development, installation and support for some 670 systems and weapon simulators at USMC facilities in the US and abroad. Delivery will start at the end of 2015.
Stephen Young, chief executive, Meggitt, said: ‘Following our $99 million small arms trainer award for the US Army announced in 2014, this second major contract reinforces our product’s system-of-record status.'
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