- A $134.4 million fixed-price-incentive (firm target) contract for the design and development of Global Aircrew Strategic Network Terminals Increment I, with firm-fixed-price and cost-plus-fixed-fee options for production, installation, and sustainment. Global ASNT Increment I is intended to be a secure, survivable multi-path communication system used to disseminate nuclear command and control messages from the highest levels of government down to wing command posts and bomber, tanker, and reconnaissance aircrews at geographically dispersed locations. Raytheon's work on the design and development phase is expected to be complete in December 2016. Work on the subsequent production, installation, and sustainment options, if these are exercised, will extended into December 2020.
- A firm-fixed-price, sole-source, foreign military sales contract, not-to-exceed $70 million in value, to supply the governments of Egypt, Iraq, and Morocco with 11 entire Advanced Countermeasures Electronic Systemssystems and multiple replaceable parts thereto, to be used as spare parts. Delivery of these systems and parts is due March 2017. ACES is electronic warfare equipment used to jam hostile anti-aircraft missiles and anti-aircraft radar targeting systems.
Raytheon Wins $204 Million to Boost U.S. Nuke Comms System, Foreign E-Warfare
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