The Pentagon has awarded a foreign military sales contract worth $110 million to Raytheon for the Paveway Family of Weapons, the Department of defense announced Thursday.
This contract involves foreign military sales (FMS) to the Philippines and countries with active cases to acquire Paveway weapon systems or have expressed interest in the Paveway Family of Weapons, the statement says.
The contractor will provide a total-package approach for Paveway-specific activities including but not limited to studies, production, certification, integration, and sustainment, it says.
Work will be performed in Tucson, Arizona, and is expected to be completed Feb. 9, 2029.
The Paveway family of laser-guided bombs are capable of converting "dumb" bombs into precision-guided munitions. The variants include Paveway II and Paveway III that are laser-guidance kits; and the Enhanced Paveway II, Enhanced Paveway III and Paveway IV use both laser and GPS guidance.
The US State Department has approved sale of Paveway II Laser Guided Bomb (LGB) units and FMU-152 fuzes for an estimated cost of $415 million to Singapore. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency delivered the required certification notifying Congress of this possible sale Thursday
Lockheed Martin received a $131 million contract from the U.S
Raytheon Company received a contract from an international customer for Paveway IV precision guided bombs valued at more than $200 million. As part of the sale, Raytheon will deliver hundreds of the advanced munitions, which are regarded as the 'weapon of choice' for the Royal Air Force
Raytheon has received its first export order for Paveway IV precision-guided bomb, following the US congressional approval to supply weapons to Saudi Arabia. Raytheon UK officials were quoted as saying by Defense News confirming that they had signed their first Paveway IV export customer, but did not identify the customer involved
The US Navy has awarded over a $59 million worth contract to Raytheon for logistics services in support of MV-22 Ospreys and CH-53 Sea Stallion helicopters. The contract, awarded by U
Raytheon has won $60 million modification contract to exercise Option Year Two for the production of torpedo components in addition to spares, production support material, and related engineering services and hardware support. This modification combines purchases for the Navy and the governments of Taiwan, Canada, Australia and India under the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program
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