Leonardo DRS, Teledyne FLIR Win $1.1B in Army Weapon Sight Tech Contracts

Leonardo DRS and Teledyne FLIR have won separate contracts worth $1.08 billion combined to manufacture thermal imaging systems designed for soldiers’ target acquisition and engagement operations.

Army Contracting Command received four bids for the military branch’s Family of Weapon Sight-Individual program and expects the two vendors to finish work by April 27, 2027, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

The firm-fixed-price contracts are valued at $579.3 million for Leonardo DRS and $500.2 million for Teledyne FLIR, which operates as a subsidiary of Teledyne Technologies (NYSE: TDY).

FWS-I has a lightweight design, can be mounted on individual weapons and is powered by battery, according to the Army.

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