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L3 Awarded $150M Night Vision Contract

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2018
NEW YORK — L3 Technologies Inc. has been awarded a $150 million contract from an international country to provide night vision equipment with next-generation accuracy such as L3’s Binocular Night Vision Goggles, Holographic Weapon Sights, Light Weapon Thermal Sights and Advanced Target Pointer Illuminator Aiming Lasers.

“We are focused on building new relationships and these next-generation capabilities ensure that our international allies receive the best technology, equipment and training available,” said Christopher E. Kubasik, L3's president and chief operating officer. “L3 continues to invest in promising new soldier technologies, such as fusion and augmented reality, to meet the needs of our domestic and international customers today and into the future.”

Under this contract, L3 will deliver solutions that enable dismounted soldiers to better locate and target operational threats at night and in adverse weather conditions. The breadth of products delivered under this contract includes aiming and illumination devices, image-intensified systems and thermal imaging systems. Work on this contract will be performed by L3’s Warrior Sensor Systems sector, which is part of the company’s Sensor Systems business segment.

L3 Warrior Sensor Systems develops and manufactures advanced night vision and electro-optical systems and components for the U.S. military, law enforcement, first responder agencies and allied nations.

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