Raytheon Co-produces Missile Components with India’s Tata Group
Raytheon signed an MoU with India’s Tata Advanced Systems Limited (TASL) to co-produce Stinger air defense missile components in India.
“Our agreement with Tata Advanced Systems deepens our industrial partnership in India with a global technology leader and will expand the range of options and capabilities for U.S. and coalition forces to achieve their missions,” said Duane Gooden, Raytheon Land Warfare Systems vice president in a statement.
Last year, India was one of three international customers to order Stinger missiles, and it plans to equip its AH-64 Apache helicopters with them, reports Defense World.Net.
Posted on February 22nd, 2017
by Gunjan Bagla
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