Raytheon, Leonardo DRS to Produce FLIR Camera Spare Parts for Army

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) and Leonardo DRS’ network and imaging systems business have each won a five-year, $79.3 million contract to provide spare parts for the U.S. Army‘s second-generation forward-looking infrared cameras.

The Defense Department said Friday the two companies will produce the components for FLIR Block 1 B kits under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts from the Defense Logistics Agency.

Work will take place at contractor facilities in Texas and Florida through Aug. 9, 2023.

DLA’s land and maritime unit received two offers for the procurement effort and the Army will use fiscal 2018 through fiscal 2023 working capital funds on FLIR spares orders.

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