Raytheon AN/ALR-67(V)3 RWR

December 29/15: Raytheon has been granted a $41.9 million contract external link to provide work for both the US Navy and the government of Switzerland. The deal will see Raytheon manufacture, test and deliver full rate production lot 15 AN/ALR-67(V)3 radar warning receivers to the US Marine Corps worth $36.1 million. Switzerland will receive weapon replaceable assemblies in a foreign military sale worth $5.9 million. Work is to be completed by December 2017.

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AN/ALR-67 V3(click to view full) Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems in Goleta, CA received an $89.5 million modification to a previously awarded firm-fixed-priced contract (N00019-09-C-0052) for 96 Lot 12 full-rate production AN/ALR-67(V)3 radar warning receivers (RWRs) for the F/A-18E/F Super Hornets. A majority of the receivers, 68, are for the US Navy, but Switzerland is getting 25 and Australia 3. Switzerland is currently engaged in a program to upgrade its F-18 fleet, which includes purchases of the AN/ALR-67v3. And Australia is upgrading its radar after abandoning efforts to develop its own ALR 2002 radar warning system for the RAAF’s F/A-18 Hornets. Raytheon’s AN/ALR-67v3 is a RWR that provides visual and audio alerts to F/A-18 aircrew when it detects ground-based, ship-based, or airborne radar emitters… The AN/ALR-67(V)3 is an upgrade to the ALR-67(V)2 system used on F/A-18 Hornet, F-14 Tomcat, and AV-8 Harrier aircraft. The RWR functions with the onboard suppression and defensive systems (high-speed anti-radiation missile (HARM), countermeasure dispensers, and RF jammer) via data exchanged over the electronic warfare multiplex bus and the HARM data bus. This contract modification combines purchases for the US Navy ($65.4 million; 73%), and the governments of Switzerland ($20.2 million; 23%) and Australia ($3.8 million; […]
AN-ALR-67v3

AN/ALR-67 V3
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Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems in Goleta, CA received an $89.5 million modification to a previously awarded firm-fixed-priced contract (N00019-09-C-0052) for 96 Lot 12 full-rate production AN/ALR-67(V)3 radar warning receivers (RWRs) for the F/A-18E/F Super Hornets.

A majority of the receivers, 68, are for the US Navy, but Switzerland is getting 25 and Australia 3. Switzerland is currently engaged in a program to upgrade its F-18 fleet, which includes purchases of the AN/ALR-67v3. And Australia is upgrading its radar after abandoning efforts to develop its own ALR 2002 radar warning system for the RAAF’s F/A-18 Hornets.

Raytheon’s AN/ALR-67v3 is a RWR that provides visual and audio alerts to F/A-18 aircrew when it detects ground-based, ship-based, or airborne radar emitters…

The AN/ALR-67(V)3 is an upgrade to the ALR-67(V)2 system used on F/A-18 Hornet, F-14 Tomcat, and AV-8 Harrier aircraft. The RWR functions with the onboard suppression and defensive systems (high-speed anti-radiation missile (HARM), countermeasure dispensers, and RF jammer) via data exchanged over the electronic warfare multiplex bus and the HARM data bus.

This contract modification combines purchases for the US Navy ($65.4 million; 73%), and the governments of Switzerland ($20.2 million; 23%) and Australia ($3.8 million; 4%) under the Foreign Military Sales program.

Raytheon will perform the work in Goleta, CA (41%); Lansdale, PA (18%); Forest, MS (12%); Chatsworth, CA (11%); San Diego, CA (10%); Sydney, Australia (4%); Milwaukie, OR (2%); and McKinney, TX (2%), and expects to complete the work in December 2012. The Naval Air Systems Command in Patuxent River, MD manages the contract. Raytheon release

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December 29/15: Raytheon has been granted a $41.9 million contract to provide work for both the US Navy and the government of Switzerland. The deal will see Raytheon manufacture, test and deliver full rate production lot 15 AN/ALR-67(V)3 radar warning receivers to the US Marine Corps worth $36.1 million. Switzerland will receive weapon replaceable assemblies in a foreign military sale worth $5.9 million. Work is to be completed by December 2017.

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