ATK, Raytheon Among Primes for Proposed $210M Singapore Missile Sale

NavyRocketSingapore’s government has asked to purchase up to $210 million in air-to-air missiles and associated equipment for a proposed foreign military sales transaction.

ATK (NYSE: ATK), Honeywell (HON), ITT (NYSE: ITT) and Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) are the prime contractors for the sale, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency said Thursday.

The proposed sale includes 100 AIM-120C7 air-to-air missiles, a system simulator, 10 spare guidance sections, 18 night vision goggles, anti-spoofing modules and built-in-test reprogramming equipment.

In its justification notice, DSCA said Singapore’s contributions to counterterrorism and anti-piracy initiatives help “stabilize a critical chokepoint where much of the world’s goods and services transit en route to and from the Asia Pacific.”

Singapore’s air force is aiming to boost its air-to-air capabilities with the missiles, the agency said.

If approved by Congress, the transaction will also include containers, spare and repair parts, support equipment, tools and test equipment, publications and technical documents, among other logistics support items.

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