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BAE Unit to Supply Additional Laser Guided Rockets Under $224M Navy Delivery Order Modification

A BAE Systems business unit has received a $224.3 million delivery order modification from the U.S. Navy to provide additional laser-guided rockets to domestic and foreign military sales customers.

BAE’s information and electronic systems integration will build 10,185 more Advanced Precision Kill Weapon Systems II under lot 7 full-rate production, the Defense Department said Wednesday.

Work will run through March 2019 and covers the conversion of the 2.75-inch rocket system into a semi-active, laser-guided precision weapon for the Air Force, Army and FMS clients.

APKWS employs a distributed aperture semi-active laser seeker technology and includes a guidance section designed to engage targets from more than 1.8 miles away

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