BAE Systems has received a $45.8 million contract for six Theater Airborne
Reconnaissance Systems pods and two ground stations for the Egyptian air force's Lockheed Martin
F-16 fleet. RADA Electronic Industries is to upgrade its FACE flight data recorder system fitted to Royal Netherlands Air Force Lockheed Martin F-16s. Denmark has selected Cubic to supply its High Density Signal Simulator for electronic warfare training. Telephonics is to supply the audio intercom system for the Boeing 767
Tanker Transport in a deal worth around $5 million. Veridan has received a $123 million US Navy contract to support the Northrop Grumman
E-2CHawkeye airborne early warning platform and C-2Greyhound transport. TheCanadian Department of National Defence has selected CAE and McDonald, Dettwiler and Associates (MDA)to supply equipment for the upgrade of Lockheed CP-140 Aurora
maritime patrol aircraft. CAE will supply a flightdeck simulator and an upgraded cockpit procedures trainer in a deal valued at C$28 million ($17.9million). MDA will supply the imaging and surveillance radar in a four-phase programme worth around C$200 million. The first phase is valued at C$12 million. Goodrich is to produce 138 ejection seats for Chilean, Greek, Israeli and Omani Lockheed Martin F-16s under an $18.9 million contract. Boeing
has received $22.3 million to produce the first four AH-64D Apache Longbow attack helicopters for Kuwait
. Lockheed Martin/Northrop Grumman's Longbow joint venture is to produce 96 radio-frequency Hellfire anti-armour missiles for the US Army under an $8.8 million contract. Raytheon is to provide four 21-round Rolling Airframe Missile launchers to South Korea to arm three KDX-2 destroyers and one LPX amphibious assault ship under a $32.3 million contract; the Greek navy has ordered four Phalanx Block 1A close-in weapon systems; and the company is to produce 599 AIM-9X air-to-air missiles under a $96.2 million US Navy contract.