Lockheed in $406m Qatar defence deal
Doha, December 25, 2012
The US has announced plans to sell rocket launchers and defence equipments worth $406 million to Qatar as part of a possible foreign military sale, said a report.
The US Defense Security Co-operation Agency said it has notified Congress of the possible sale.
If approved, prime contractor Lockheed Martin will co-ordinate the sale to Qatar of a series of rocket and missile systems from multiple manufacturers, along with "associated equipment, parts, training, and logistical support," said the agency.
The order comprises four Humvees manufactured by AM General, seven M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems manufactured by BAE Systems, and 600 rockets of various sorts and ranges, mostly manufactured by Lockheed itself.
The estimated cost of all this and related equipment, along with logistical, repair, and other services, is $406 million, said the report.-TradeArabia News Service
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