FMS: India Seeks Aircraft Self-protection Systems

Released on Thursday, July 15, 2004
AN/AAQ-24 Nemesis
Boeing 737-700
FMS - Foreign Military Sale
The Defense Security Cooperation Agency notified the US Congress of a possible Foreign Military Sale (FMS) to India consisting of aircraft self-protection systems as well as associated equipment and services.

The potential sale is worth around $40 million. The government of India has requested the sale of three AN/AAQ-24 LAIRCM, three AN/ALE-47H countermeasure dispensing system and three AN/ALQ-211 early warning suite controller and radar warning system.

Also included in this FMS are: associated support equipment, installation, test support, spare and repair parts, publications, personnel training and training equipment, etc.

India will install these aircraft self-protection system items on three new Boeing 737 VIP transports for India's head of state and high authorities.

L3 Communications will act as the prime contractor for this potential FMS. There are no Known offset agreements in connection with this proposed sale. The US Congress approval is required in order to conclude the contract between parties.


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