The governments of the Czech Republic and the United States of America signed a
Letter of Agreement (LOA) in April 2004 to provide the Javelin weapon system to
the Czech Republic Army.
a result of the LOA, The joint venture between Lockheed-Martin and Raytheon has
been awarded a production contract from the Czech Republic. This is the nine
international sale of Javelin anti-armor weapon system during the past two
years. To date, the United States, Australia, Czech Republic, Ireland, Jordan,
Lithuania, New Zealand, Norway, Taiwan and the United Kingdom have selected
Javelin weapon system.
The Javelin weapon system, which consists of Command Launch Unit (CLU) and the
Javelin missile, has been proved successfully during recent conflicts such as
Iraq (2003) and Afghanistan (2001). The weapon system has proven highly
effective against battle tanks, armored personnel carriers, fortifications and
bunkers during engagements carried out by US Army, Marines and Australian Army
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