ATK to Build Missile Warning Systems for US, Denmark

ATK logoATK (NYSE: ATK) has won a $20, 017, 724 contract modification to produce missile warning system assemblies for the U.S. Air Force and to support foreign military sales agreement.

Nearly 70 percent of purchases under the contract for the Air Force, 26 percent for the Navy and Denmark makes up for the remaining 4 percent for Denmark, the Defense Department said Thursday.

The company will build AN/AAR-47 Missile Warning System Weapons Replaceable Assemblies for rotorcraft, helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft flown by the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force and for Denmark’s aircraft platforms.

Systems covered under the contract include:

  • 92 A(V)2 and 328 B(V)2 Integrated Optical Sensor Convertors
  • 18 A(V)2 and 99 B(V)2 Computer Processors
  • 240 A(V)2 to B(V)2 Integrated Optical Sensor Convertor retrofits
  • 60 A(V)2 to B(V)2 Computer Processor retrofits

Seventy-two percent of work will occur in Clearwater, Fla., 18 percent in Austin, Texas and the remaining 10 percent in other U.S. locations as well as Israel and Japan.

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