by Staff Writers
Dulles, VA (SPX) Mar 13, 2012
Raytheon Technical Services Company has won a U.S. Army TOW (tube-launched, optically tracked, wire-guided) missile subsystems contract valued at $77.9 million. Under the five-year contract, Raytheon will provide logistics and engineering support for TOW subsystems and associated support equipment.
Specifically, work will include field engineering support, provisioning and repair support, technical engineering and configuration management for the Army's Close Combat Systems, including Bradley Fighting Vehicles.
Raytheon has performed work on the TOW missile since the 1990s.
"The customer's selection of Technical Services as a prime contractor affirms our strong capabilities in providing engineering services and innovative, cost-effective customer solutions," said John Harris, RTSC president.
"Together, RTSC and Raytheon Missile Systems' engineering and logistics solutions will support systems from Huntsville to Afghanistan and offer assurance to our warfighters that they have systems that perform anytime and everywhere."
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Lockheed Martin Upgrades Tactical Tomahawk Weapons Control System for Naval Air Systems Command
Philadelphia PA (SPX) Mar 13, 2012
The system that integrates the launch hardware and software to provide weapon control for the Tomahawk Land Attack Missile is being modernized by Lockheed Martin. As a member of the Tomahawk Weapons Control System Development Activity in partnership with the U.S. Navy Labs, Lockheed Martin is upgrading the Tactical Tomahawk Weapons Control System (TTWCS). "Lockheed Martin is a key in ... read more
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