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Raytheon’s Navy SM-6 Contract Reaches $573M With Contract Modification Award

Raytheon logoRaytheon (NYSE: RTN) has received a potential three-year, $270.5 million contract modification to bring the total value of its Standard Missile-6 contract with the U.S. Navy to $573.2 million.

The Naval Sea Systems Command awarded the contract modification to exercise the fiscal 2016 option under the previously awarded contract, the Defense Department said Friday.

SM-6 is designed to be deployed on the service branch’s destroyers and cruisers and works to defend against unmanned aircraft systems, terminal ballistic missiles and fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft.

Contract work will occur in England and in Arkansas, Arizona, Massachusetts, Ohio, California, Texas, Alabama, Connecticut, Georgia and Pennsylvania through April 2019.

The service branch will obligate $270.5 million from fiscal 2016 weapons procurement funds at the time of award, according to DoD.

Raytheon was also awarded in June 2015 a potential $149 million contract modification to produce 74 SM-6 weapons and spares for the Navy.

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