Elbit Systems of America was awarded an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contract for approximately $50 million by the US Navy to provide the Helmet Display and Tracker System (HDTS) with the Continuously Computed Impact Point (CCIP) algorithm, for the MH-60S.

The work will be performed in Fort Worth, TX/USA, and completed by June 2021. An initial order of approximately $14.2 million was received.

Elbit Systems of America is strategically focused on delivering capabilities that aircrews can trust to increase mission effectiveness,” Raanan Horowitz, President and CEO of Elbit Systems of America, said. “The HDTS and CCIP are prime examples of our advanced display and targeting solutions that give aircrews a decisive edge during critical missions.


This award represents the Navy’s first production order for the line-of-sight helmet tracking system and the integration of targeting symbology in the Armed Helicopter Weapon System (AHWS) for the MH-60S fleet. (Photo: Elbit Systems)

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