The aerospace product manufacturer was also tasked to provide the service branch with aerial target support equipment and services, training and mission payload system devices, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.
Griffon Aerospace, the sole bidder on the Army Contracting Command-led online solicitation, is expected to complete contract work by June 14, 2026. Performance locations and funding will depend on each order.
The company previously supplied the Army with aerial targets as part of a two-year, $49.9M contract awarded in February 2020. Orders were for MQM-171 Broadsword and MQM-170 Outlaw UAS targets as well as associated support services.