Norway asks USA for Raytheon AIM-120C-7 AMRAAM Missiles

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Norway asks USA for Raytheon AIM-120C-7 AMRAAM Missiles.
 

The Government of Norway has requested a possible sale of 36 AIM-120C-7 Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missiles (AMRAAM), 8 Captive Air Training Missiles (CATMs), containers, support equipment, spare and repair parts, Common Munitions Bit/Reprogramming Equipment (CMBRE), publications and technical documentation, U.S. Government and contractor logistics support services, and other related elements of logistics support. The estimated cost is $80 million.

     
The Government of Norway has requested a possible sale of 36 AIM-120C-7 Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missiles (AMRAAM), 8 Captive Air Training Missiles (CATMs), containers, support equipment, spare and repair parts, Common Munitions Bit/Reprogramming Equipment (CMBRE), publications and technical documentation, U.S. Government and contractor logistics support services, and other related elements of logistics support. The estimated cost is $80 million.
AIM-120 (Photo credit : Raytheon)
     

The Government of Norway requires these capabilities for mutual defense, regional security, force modernization, and U.S. and NATO interoperability. This sale will enhance the Royal Norwegian Air Force’s ability to defend Norway against future threats and contribute to current and future NATO operations.

The principal contractor will be Raytheon Corporation in Waltham, Massachusetts. There are no known offset agreements proposed in connection with this potential sale. This sale has not been concluded bu nothing seems to prevent it.

 
 

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