December 2011
Armada International;Dec2011/Jan2012, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p4
The article offers military business news briefs. Raytheon Australia ordered three Bell 429 helicopters from Bell Helicopter for the Royal Australian Navy's Retention and Motivation Initiative. A 40 million dollar order was received by Elbit Systems for the supply of 120-millimeter (mm) Cardom mortar systems to the Israeli Ministry of Defense. The U.S. Navy has named Saab Sensis as a Seaport-e prime contractor.


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