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Lockheed Gets $200M AF IDIQ to Sustain Airborne Targeting, Navigation Pods for 13 Int’l Clients

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has secured a $200 million contract from the U.S. Air Force to help 13 foreign military sales customers sustain Sniper advanced targeting pods and Low Altitude Navigation and Targeting Infrared for Night navigation pods.

The Defense Department said Thursday work will include depot-level repair and return of line replaceable units; LANTIRN forward imaging navigation set; and sniper ATP support equipment  data; program support; depot lay-in; program reviews; and on-call technical support.

The contract covers support to Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Morocco, Norway, Oman, Poland, Pakistan, Romania, Thailand, Taiwan, Kuwait and Turkey under the U.S. government’s FMS program.

Work will occur in Robins Air Force Base, Georgia and Orlando, Florida through March 31, 2022.

Lockheed’s Sniper ATP is designed to aid precision targeting and non-traditional intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions.

LANTIRN works to turn heat patterns outside aircraft into glow-in-the-dark displays on cockpit monitors to help pilots operate in the dark and adverse weather conditions.

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