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BAE Gets Potential $84M Army Missile Warning Tech Delivery Contract

Jeff Brody

The Defense Logistics Agency has awarded BAE Systems a potential five-year, $83.9M contract to supply the U.S. Army with systems designed to protect aircraft and crews from infrared missile threats.

BAE will provide AN/AAR-57A(V) Common Missile Warning Systems to the service branch under the sole-source acquisition, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

The Army will use fiscal 2019 working capital and operations and maintenance funds on the cost-no-fee contract, which runs through Aug. 26, 2024.

In late July, the company secured a potential $242.2M contract from the service branch to integrate and engineer the CMWS as well as the OT-225 Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures System.

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