Lockheed Awarded $263M to Maintain Saudi Arabia’s F-15 Sensors; Paul Lemmo Comments

F-15Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has been awarded a $262.8 million contract with the U.S. Air Force to maintain sensor suites on Saudi Arabia’s F-15 aircraft.

Paul Lemmo
Paul Lemmo

The company will work with Saudi-based Advanced Electronics Co. to sustain the sniper advanced targeting pods, LANTIRN navigation pods and infrared search and track systems, Lockheed said Monday.

Paul Lemmo, vice president of fire control/SOF CLSS at Lockheed’s missiles and fire control segment, said the company will use in-country systems to maintain and upgrade the Saudi air force’s sensors.

AEC will also train and perform maintenance on line replaceable units, logistics and upgrades in collaboration with Lockheed and the Air Force.

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