Raytheon contracts include radar surveillance for Taiwan
Sidewinder missiles contract also continued
Arlington County-based Raytheon Technologies Co. was awarded two large contracts this week to help sustain a foreign surveillance radar program and for the continued production and delivery of its AIM-9X Sidewinder missile, the Pentagon announced this week.
Under a $412.6 million Air Force contract announced Wednesday, Raytheon will provide continued sustainment to the Taiwan Surveillance Radar Program. The contract includes logistics support, engineering services, technical updates, spare parts and other logistics and program support and work will be performed in Taiwan with an expected completion date of Dec. 31, 2027.
Under a $317.4 million contract modification announced Thursday, the Navy is exercising options with Raytheon Missile and Defense to produce and deliver AIM-9X Sidewinder missiles to the Army, Air Force and for foreign military sales. The order includes 290 AIM-9X Block II missiles and 181 AIM-9x Block II + missiles, training missiles, containers, advanced optical target detectors, containers and other associated supplies. Work is expected to be completed in August 2026.