Boeing, Lockheed, GD, Raytheon Likely To Benefit From $1.9 Billion Munitions sale By US To Israel

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Boeing, Lockheed, GD, Raytheon Likely To Benefit From $1.9 Billion Munitions sale By US To Israel
Lockheed Martin's multi-purpose Hellfire II missile

Boeing, Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics, Ellwood Group and Raytheon are likely to benefit from $1.9 billion US contract for supplying variety of munitions to Israel, Flight Global reported Tuesday.

The sale is foreshadowed in a notice to Congress published Tuesday by the Defense Security Cooperation Agency.

The government of Israel has requested a possible sale of 14,500 joint direct attack munition tail kits consisting of 10,000 for the Mk-84, 500 for Mk-83, and 4,000 for Mk-82.

The possible sale also includes 3,500 Mk-82 bombs, 4,500 Mk-83 bombs, 50 BLU-113 bombs, 4,100 small diameter bombs, 1,500 Mk-83 paveway kits, 700 BLU-109 paveway kits, 3,000 hellfire missiles, 250 AIM-120C AMRAAMs, and 500 detector laser illuminated target kits for JDAMs.

“The United States is committed to the security of Israel, and it is vital to US national interests to assist Israel to develop and maintain a strong and ready self-defence capability,” the notice added.


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