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State Dept Clears $300M Sale of Raytheon Technologies-Made Naval Missiles to Romania

Naval Strike Missile

The State Department approved Romania's request to buy anti-ship missile systems manufactured by Raytheon Technologies (NYSE: RTX) through a potential $300M foreign military sale transaction with the U.S. government. The company's missiles and defense business would deliver two units of the Naval Strike Missile Coastal Defense System and complementary equipment to Romania's government under the potential deal, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency said Friday.

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Switzerland Gets State Dept OK for $16.2B in F-35, Super Hornet, Patriot Procurement Requests

F-35 Lightning II

The State Department has cleared Switzerland’s request to buy F-35 fighter jets, F/A-18E/F Super Hornet aircraft and Patriot Configuration-3+ modernized fire units under three foreign military sales agreements worth approximately $16.23B combined.

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State Dept OKs $126M Philippine Request for Assault Boats, Weapon Systems

assault boat

The State Department has approved a potential $126M foreign military sale of armed assault vessels, ancillary equipment and contractor support services to the Philippines. The possible FMS transaction includes 36 scout boats, 36 assault boats, 18 light support boats, 156 M240B machine guns and other equipment such as forward-looking infrared, thermal imaging and RF-7850 radio systems, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency said Thursday.

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State Dept Clears South Korea’s $250M Follow-On Reconnaissance Aircraft Support Request

State Dept

The State Department has approved a potential $250M foreign military sale of follow-on items and support services for South Korea's Peace Krypton reconnaissance aircraft fleet. Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) will be the prime contractor on the proposed deal to modernize ground infrastructure, implement a joint mission planning system and maintain prime mission equipment, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency said Friday.

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