Deals this week: Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics, IAP Worldwide Services


AGM Hellfire air-to-surface missile

The US Government has approved a possible sale of radar field systems to the Kuwait Ministry of Defense.

The $194m-worth foreign military sale, which also includes related equipment, training and support services, will strengthen Kuwait’s internal and external security.

Lockheed Martin Corporation, Raytheon Company and Northrop Grumman will serve as prime contractors for the deal.

The US Army Contracting Command has awarded two contract modifications worth $170m to General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems.

The modifications allow General Dynamics to produce 2.75in Hydra-70 air-to-ground unguided rockets for the US Armed Forces as well as foreign military customers.

"IAP Worldwide Services has secured a $53m contract from the US Army to provide integrated logistics, fielding and training support."

IAP Worldwide Services has secured a $53m contract from the US Army to provide integrated logistics, fielding and training support under the Rapid Response Third Generation (R23G) contract vehicle.

The contract is intended to support the US Army’s Distributed Common Ground System-Army (PM DCGS-A) system, which provides access to intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) data.

Government Marketing & Procurement (GMP) has been contracted to supply Vocera wireless communications systems for the US Army Medical Command.

The $15m firm-fixed-price contract is scheduled for completion in March 2019.

LONGBOW will provide engineering services for laser-guided AGM-114 Hellfire air-to-surface missiles, under a contract with the US Army Contracting Command.

The contractual work will be performed in Orlando, Florida, until September 2017.


Image: The US Army Contracting Command has awarded a contract to LONGBOW to provide engineering services for AGM-114 Hellfire missiles. Photo: courtesy of Stahlkocher.