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Raytheon Awarded $70M for Air Force Countermeasures

Raytheon logoRaytheon (NYSE: RTN) has been awarded a $70 million contract to build electronic countermeasures and line replaceable units for in-country spares, software sustainment and other work at two Air Force bases.

Warner Robins and Eglin Air Force Bases are acquiring the Advanced Countermeasures Electronic Systems and LRUs to help support foreign military sales agreements with Egypt, Iraq and Morocco, the company said Monday.

The company will perform work in Gleta, Calif. through March 2017.

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