Raytheon Wins Additional Contract For US Navy’s Tomahawk Missiles

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  • 05:08 PM, March 11, 2015
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Raytheon has won an additional contract to a previously awarded $122 Million order for procuring 114 Tomahawk Block IV missiles for the US Navy.

This completes the Navy's planned purchase of 214 Tomahawk Block IV missiles for fiscal year 2015 and continues to build the inventory to support warfighting requirements, the company announced in its press release on Tuesday

Dave Adams, Raytheon Tomahawk senior program director said, "Raytheon continues an acute focus on maintaining affordability and enhancing the impressive capabilities of this sophisticated weapon system". 

Work is expected to be completed by August 2017. 

 

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