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DID - Lockheed Tapped For PAC-3 | Israel Completed Interception Test For C-Dome | Czech Republic Gets More L-39NG


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Lockheed Martin won a $97 million modification by the US Army for the PAC-3 Missile Field Surveillance Program and missile post-production activities. Bids were solicited via the internet with one received. Bids were solicited via the internet with one received. Work locations and funding will be determined with each order, with an estimated completion date of May 19, 2023.

The US Army tapped General Dynamics with a §146.7 million deal for flat-bottom hull Stryker vehicles. Bids were solicited via the internet with one received. Work locations and funding will be determined with each order, with an estimated completion date of November 30, 2024.

Middle East & Africa

Israel and the United States blamed Iran Wednesday after what they said was a drone strike against a tanker operated by an Israeli-owned firm carrying gas oil off the coast of Oman. The Pacific Zircon was “hit by a projectile approximately 150 miles off the coast of Oman” on Tuesday, Singapore-based firm Eastern Pacific Shipping which operates the vessel said in a statement, adding that there were no reports of casualties or any leakage of the cargo.

The Israeli Navy, the Israel Ministry of Defense, and Rafael Advanced Defense Systems completed an advanced interception test of the C-Dome Naval Iron Dome System. The C-Dome is an advanced configuration of the Iron Dome aerial defense system and is operated from the Missile Ship (INS) ‘Oz’ from the Sa’ar 6 ‘Magen’ Class Corvette. As part of the interception test, the system was installed on the INS ‘Oz’ corvette, the second of four advanced missile corvettes received by the Israeli Navy in the last two years. Operationalizing the system constitutes a significant milestone in enhancing the capabilities of the corvettes.

Europe

State-owned Czech aviation firm LOM PRAHA has tapped manufacturer AERO Vodochy to deliver four new L-39NG advanced military trainer aircraft to the country’s air force. The contract, which includes an option for four more jets, also covers the delivery of special and high-altitude equipment, survival equipment, flight planning and analysis systems, and a ground training system.

Asia-Pacific

The South Korean government will receive eight electromagnetic wave detectors for the US missile shield base in the southeastern county of Seongju, a defense ministry official said. Five detectors will be installed near the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) base to monitor “potentially hazardous electromagnetic waves of THAAD’s X-band radar around the clock.” The equipment is slated for delivery in April 2023.

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