Deals this week: Airbus, Raytheon, KBRwyle

27 October 2017 (Last Updated October 27th, 2017 10:35)

Airbus Defense & Space has placed an order with Israel Aerospace industries (IAI) for 16 ELM-2022A maritime patrol radars.

Airbus Defense & Space has placed an order with Israel Aerospace industries (IAI) for 16 ELM-2022A maritime patrol radars.

The radars will be equipped on-board 16 C295 MSA aircraft that are being purchased by the Government of Canada from Airbus to carry out search and rescue missions.

The ELM-2022A multi-mode radar has been developed by ELTA Systems to detect, track, localise and classify sea and land-based targets in all weather conditions.

Raytheon Company has received a two-year deal to provide on-aircraft AN / APY-10 radio detecting and ranging (RADAR) organic depot initial troubleshooting activation support equipment for the P-8A Poseidon aircraft.

The contract was awarded by the US Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division and covers on-site field analysis, flight line system diagnostics, proprietary provisioning and hardware.

KBRwyle Technology Solutions Inc has been awarded a contract modification worth roughly $58.13m from the US Marine Corp for the provision of logistics support services.

“KBRwyle Technology Solutions Inc has been awarded a contract modification worth roughly $58.13m from the US Marine Corp for the provision of logistics support services.”

The modification will see KBRwyle provide logistics support for the US Marine Corp’s prepositioning programmes and Blount Island Command until September 2018.

Lockheed Martin Corporation has won a $24.31m deal to provide vertical launching system modules and associated equipment for the US Navy’s MK 41 vertical launching system.

The contract was awarded by the US Naval Sea Systems Command will run through to December 2022.

ManTech International Corporation has been awarded a training services deal worth $27.2m by the US Navy Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (SSC Pacific).

ManTech will provide training analysis, development and implementation services for SSC Pacific’s C4ISR systems as part of the agreement.

The contract has one-year base period with two one-year option periods.