The United States Department of Defense’s Friday publication of military contracts contained three deals involving Lockheed Martin, including a $15 million agreement for a “digital battle staff trainer, war simulation trainer.”
Lockheed Martin was the only company to place a bid for the foreign military sales contract, which will benefit Saudi Arabia. The labor will be conducted in Saudi Arabia, and should be finished on Dec. 31, 2017.
Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control will be given a $14.2 million Navy contract for software development, system modification, testing, and installation requirements needed to make the Target Sight System (TSS) meet the requirements of the Pakistani government.
The TSS, will be assimilated into Pakistan’s AH-1Z Cobra helicopter, providing the aircraft with “target identification and tracking, passive targeting for integrated weapons, including Hellfire missiles, and a laser-designation capability supporting friendly laser-guided weapons,” according to the DoD.
More than $3 million in 2016 foreign military sales funds will be assigned with contract award, none of which will expire at the end of the fiscal year. The cost-plus-fixed-fee undefinitized contract action is being negotiated on a sole-source basis. The labor will be conducted in Orlando, Fla. (94 percent) and Ocala, Fla. (6 percent), and should be finished by December 2017.
Also, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics has been given a $10 million modification to an Air Force contract to provide long-lead items and external fuel tank modification kits related to C-130J transport aircraft that will be provided to Israel. The labor will be conducted in Marietta, Ga., and should be finished by June 30, 2018.
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