The U.S. Department of Defense announced Thursday that Lockheed Martin has been awarded two military contracts, including a $92.7 million modification to an U.S. Army deal for Patriot missile support aiding Qatar.
Under the foreign military sales agreement, Lockheed Martin will be tasked with conducting a PATRIOT Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) and Missile Segment Enhancement Multi-Band Radio Frequency Data Link obsolescence redesign. The Patriot PAC-3 is a high-velocity combat missile used by various nations to defend again tactical ballistic missiles, cruise missiles, and enemy aircraft.
The labor will be conducted in Grand Prairie and Lufkin Texas, Camden, Ark., and Camden, Ariz. The work should be finished on Jan. 30, 2020.
Also, Lockheed Martin subsidiary, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics was awarded a $9 million modification to a Navy contract for the delivery and installation of air vehicle retrofit kits “supporting F-35 Block 3F and Navy initial operational capability-related engineering change proposals,” according to the DoD.
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