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BAE | Contracts - Intent | Japan | Missiles - Surface-Air | Protective Systems - Naval | Raytheon

Japan to Purchase $104M in SM-2 Missiles

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The U.S. Defense Department notified Congress on June 6, 2005 of a proposed sale to Japan of Raytheon's SM-2 Block IIIB surface-to-air missiles. It would be worth up to $104 million if all options are exercised....

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