Raytheon Scores $98M For Army Electronic Warfare Software
The Pentagon announced the deal in its daily digest of major weapons contracts. Under the terms of the $97,850,000, five-year, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, Raytheon will design, build and test software to be used by Army officers conducting electronic warfare.
Raytheon currently provides airborne electronic warfare tools to the United States Air...
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