Raytheon to Provide Australian Navy with Low Frequency Sonar

The U.S. Navy has awarded Raytheon an $80.8 million contract modification for a low frequency sonar, Raytheon announced Wednesday.

Raytheon said the Australian navy will receive the AN/AQS-22 airborne low frequency sonar through a foreign military sales agreement.

This award modifies two previous contracts:

Raytheon said this is the first international sale of the company’s anti-submarine warfare sensor.

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