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L3 Subsidiary Lands $90M in Electro-Optical IR Imaging Tech Supply Contracts

L3 Subsidiary Lands $90M in Electro-Optical IR Imaging Tech Supply Contracts - top government contractors - best government contracting event

L3 Subsidiary Lands $90M in Electro-Optical IR Imaging Tech Supply Contracts - top government contractors - best government contracting eventL3 TechnologiesWESCAM subsidiary has received a set of contracts worth more than $90 million combined to provide electro-optical/infrared imaging systems to multiple U.S. and international defense customers.

The contracts cover the supply of MX Series EO/IR systems to the U.S. Navy, the Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command, Thailand’s navy and Australia’s air force, WESCAM said Tuesday.

WESCAM will deliver MX-10MS maritime sensors for the Krabi-class offshore patrol vessels of Thailand’s navy under a contract from Thai firm Viriyakit.

AFSOC ordered L-3’s MX-20D EO/IR designating systems for installation on the AC-130J Ghostrider aircraft that will replace the command’s AC-130U/W gunships.

The company will also provide mission management console, communications suite, fire control equipment and precision-guided munitions delivery support for AFSOC.

WESCAM’s MX-20 EO/IR imaging systems will also support the P-8A multi-mission maritime aircraft operations of the Navy and the Australian air force.

More than 113 agencies worldwide currently use L-3 technologies, WESCAM added.

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Written by Ramona Adams

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