Raytheon to Upgrade Air Force Audio, Avionics

Raytheon won an $8, 939,173 Air Force contract to provide audio and avionics infrastructure upgrades, the Defense Department announced Friday.

Raytheon will install one E-4B Mod Block 1 audio infrastructure upgrade and provide an Avionics Obsolescence upgrade.

Raytheon will perform work under the cost-plus-fixed-fee price contract in Largo, Fla.

The Pentagon expects Raytheon to complete work by by Feb. 28, 2013.

Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma is the contracting activity.

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