Tag Archives: Common Missile Warning System

State Dept OKs $58M Sale of BAE-Built Missile Warning Systems to Netherlands

The State Department has given the Netherlands the green light to buy BAE Systems-built AN/AAR-57A(V)7 Common Missile Warning Systems and related support services under a potential $58.2 million foreign military sales agreement. The Netherlands requested to procure 32 CMWS for integration onto the country’s fleet of AH-64D Apache helicopters, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency …

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BAE, Leonardo Subsidiaries to Collaborate on Aircraft Threat Detection Tech Offering for US Army

BAE Systems‘ U.S. subsidiary has signed a memorandum of understanding with Leonardo‘s DRS business to jointly offer threat detection systems for the U.S. Army‘s fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft platforms. The partnership aims to develop an infrared-based threat warning technology to help the Army’s current and evolving aircraft survivability requirements, BAE said Wednesday. “Together, we can better protect our …

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BAE to Provide Missile Warning, ‘Friend or Foe’ Systems for Sikorsky Combat Rescue Helicopter

BAE Systems has been selected to provide missile warning and friend-or-foe identification systems in support of the U.S Air Force Combat Rescue Helicopter contract that was awarded to Lockheed Martin-owned Sikorsky Aircraft. BAE said Wednesday it will produce its AN/DPX-7 Reduced Size Transponder and Common Missile Warning System for the HH-60W Sikorsky helicopters. The …

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BAE Gets DoD Approval to Export IR Countermeasures System; Bill Staib Comments

BAE Systems‘ U.S. subsidiary has received the Defense Department‘s approval to export its Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures system to U.S. allies. The company said Monday the system, which was jointly developed by U.S.-based BAE Systems Inc. and the U.S. Army, works to protect rotary- and fixed-wing military aircraft. “In today’s environment with the proliferation of surface-to-air missiles, a proven …

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