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Lockheed Martin Snags US Army Contract for $15 Million

Lockheed Martin won a $15 million U.S. Army contract to produce “a low-light-level TV capability, called VNsight, for the Apache’s combat-proven Modernized Target Acquisition Designation Sight/Pilot Night Vision Sensor (M-TADS/PNVS), also known as Arrowhead.“

The VNsight Lot 1 production contract will equip two Apache battalions. It will also supply cameras and spares to outfit a foreign military sales client.

“The VNsight completes a commitment to the warfighter to deliver a blended image capability in the Apache to support both situational awareness for the pilot and improved air-to-ground coordination,” said U.S. Army Apache Sensors Product Manager Lt. Col. John Vannoy. “After thorough testing of this system with pilots experienced in both combat theaters, I’m confident that their appraisal of the system as a must-have capability will result in the Apache becoming even more lethal on the battlefield.”

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