Deals this week: Lockheed Martin, Rockwell Collins, Leonardo

6 April 2018 (Last Updated April 6th, 2018 10:53)

Lockheed Martin Corporation has received a $33.49m contract for the supply of M299 Hellfire legacy launchers to the US Army.

Lockheed Martin Corporation has received a $33.49m contract for the supply of M299 Hellfire legacy launchers to the US Army.

The contractor will produce a total of 331 M299 Hellfire and up to 32 launcher electronic assemblies at its facility in Orlando, Florida, US, by December 2020.

Rockwell Collins has agreed to provide support for avionics of the Fennec and Panther multi-purpose helicopters operated by the Brazilian Army under a three-year contract.

The company will service MFD-255EF multi-function displays, Talon RT-8200 digital radios and HF-9087D high-frequency (HF) receiver and transmitters installed on the helicopters.

“The Boeing Company has agreed to provide post-production support services for the Taiwan Armed Forces’ AH-64E twin-engine attack helicopter fleet under a $30.75m foreign military sales contract.”

Leonardo has secured a contract to provide an integrated defensive aids suite (DAS) to improve protection capabilities of the British Army’s Apache AH-64E multi-role combat helicopters.

Awarded by the UK Ministry of Defence, the contract will involve the integration of different sensors and countermeasures into the AH-64E helicopters to identify and defeat a range of threats, including anti-tank and infrared guided missiles.

The sensor suite will include SG200-D radar warning receiver, S1223 laser warning receiver, AN/AAR-57 missile approach warner and Vicon countermeasure dispensing system.

The Boeing Company has agreed to provide post-production support services for the Taiwan Armed Forces’ AH-64E twin-engine attack helicopter fleet under a $30.75m foreign military sales (FMS) contract.

Support work will be performed in Mesa, Arizona, US, until March 2023.

The contract has been awarded by the US Army Contracting Command.

Northrop Grumman Systems Corp has secured a contract modification to support the Counter-Rocket Artillery Mortar (C-RAM), Counter-Unmanned Aerial System (C-UAS), and Command and Control (C2) system of the US Army.

Awarded by the US Army Contracting Command, the contract will see Northrop Grumman provide maintenance and training for the C-RAM, C-UAS and C2 systems until March 2019.