Undisclosed African country places $240 mn order for Elbit defense electronic systems

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Undisclosed African country places $240 mn order for Elbit defense electronic systems
Elbit Systems Ltd. announced today that it was awarded a contract, in an amount of $240 million, to provide a wide array of defense electronic systems to an undisclosed country in Africa. This two-year contract involves delivery of counter-measures and other protection systems.
Undisclosed African country places 240 mn orders for Elbit defense electronic systems 640 001The contract i.a. involves Elbit Systems’ Helmet Mounted Systems (HMS) for helicopters
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The contract, which will be performed over a two-year period, is comprised of Directed Infra-red Counter Measure (DIRCM) systems to protect aircraft from shoulder fired missiles (Man Portable Air Defense Systems -MANPADS), based on passive IR (Infrared) systems, and includes Missile Warning Systems (MWS), radio and communication systems, land systems, mini-UAS systems and helicopters upgrade.

Bezhalel (Butzi) Machlis, Elbit Systems President and CEO, said: “We are proud to have won this contract, allowing us to provide our customer with a variety of systems and capabilities from different fields, a growing trend we have witnessed lately in many countries.

"Our unique structure enables the customer to benefit from the synergy of its overall capabilities while, at the same time, focus on its requirements. Our portfolio, based on cutting-edge technologies and operational know-how, allows us to customize our solutions and tailor them to our customer’s needs, and we hope others will follow this trend," he added.



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