BAE Books $844M Army Deal for Missile Warning System Support

A BAE Systems unit has secured an $843.9 million contract modification from the U.S. Army to provide life cycle contractor support for a capability under the service branch’s next generation aircraft missile warning system program.

The action requires BAE Systems Information and Electronics Systems Integration to conduct LCCS work for the Limited Interim Missile Warning System Quick Reaction Capability through Feb. 2, 2026, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

The sole-source, single award contract, which BAE received in early February, has a 10-year ordering period. Army Contracting Command will place orders that will determine work locations and funding.

In July 2020, BAE announced that it secured $179 million in total awards under the Army’s LIMWS QRC program to manufacture and field the next general missile warning system. The company’s 2-Color Advanced Warning System processor serves as the foundation of LIMWS.

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