Terma North America has been a warded a 10-year, $306 million (€249 million) contract to provide self-protection hardware, sustainment and engineering services for the US Air Force, the company announced on 4 January.

The contract allows Terma to receive and respond quickly to task orders and provides the USAF a more streamlined option for integrating new EW technology onto numerous platforms. This contract provides a more flexible, efficient means of ordering defensive systems and providing logistical and technical support.

With this contract secured, Terma looks forward to celebrating 25 years as a trusted supplier of self-protection equipment to the US Air Force in 2021,” commented Terma CEO, Jes Munk Hansen. “With our enhanced series of advanced aircraft survivability equipment, Terma now enters a new phase of collaboration with [the] US Air Force to protect numerous platforms and to ensure the safe return of pilots and crews everywhere.”

Terma will provide a wide range of products, including its family of AN/ALQ-213 Electronic Warfare Controllers and associated components. (Photo: Terma)

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