Elbit Systems Wins $200M to Supply Helicopter Self-Protection Suits to Asia-Pacific Country

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  • 08:16 AM, November 18, 2022
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Elbit Systems Wins $200M to Supply Helicopter Self-Protection Suits to Asia-Pacific Country

Elbit Systems has won approximately $200 million to supply Electronic Warfare and airborne laser technologies to protect military helicopters of a country in Asia-Pacific.

The contract will be executed over a four-year period.

Under the contract, Elbit Systems will supply self-protection suites comprised of the Infra-Red Passive Airborne Warning Systems (PAWS IR) and the Mini-MUSIC Direct Infra-Red Counter Measure (DIRCM) Systems. These protection suites are designed to increase survivability and mission effectiveness of helicopters in arenas threatened by shoulder-fired heat seeking anti-aircraft missiles. The protection suites to be supplied will be installed aboard both attack and utility helicopters.

MUSIC DIRCM systems have been selected to-date by numerous customers across the globe.

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