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Boeing To Provide Navy Harpoon, Standoff Missile Systems For Foreign Sales

Boeing To Provide Navy Harpoon, Standoff Missile Systems For Foreign Sales - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Boeing To Provide Navy Harpoon, Standoff Missile Systems For Foreign Sales - top government contractors - best government contracting eventBoeing will provide the Navy with anti-ship and land attack missile components and software to support foreign military sales agreements, the Defense Department announced Monday.

The Navy awarded the Chicago-based aerospace and defense firm nearly $19 million over two awards for Harpoon and Standoff missile system parts and a software license agreement for the Harpoon system.

Under a $11,084,479 contract, the Navy will provide the missile components to the governments of Australia, Canada, Egypt, India, Japan, Korea, Kuwait, Pakistan, Turkey and the U.K.

A separate $7.8 million delivery order covers a Harpoon software license agreement for South Korea.

Work will occur in St. Louis and the Pentagon expects all work to finish by August 2013.

The company is also helping the Defense Logistics Agency fulfill a separate foreign military sales agreement with Australia to support that country’s F-18 Super Hornet fleet.

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