United States: Terma Bags 306m$ EW contract for F-16s

Terma North America received contract award from Defense Logistics Agency-Aviation for Aircraft Self-Protection Hardware, Sustainment and Engineering Support.

The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)-Aviation at Warner Robins  has awarded a $306M 10-year indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract to Terma North America in support of the U.S. Air Force (USAF) to provide self-protection hardware, sustainment and engineering services under the Enterprise Contract for the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC).

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

Under the DLA IDIQ contract, Terma will provide a wide range of products including Terma’s family of AN/ALQ-213 Electronic Warfare Controllers and other associated components.

AN/ALQ-213 - 500 series

“With this contract secured Terma looks forward to celebrating 25 years as a trusted supplier of self-protection equipment to the U.S. Air Force in 2021,” said Terma CEO, Jes Munk Hansen. “We are pleased to continue this long-lasting relationship. With our enhanced series of advanced aircraft survivability equipment Terma now enters a new phase of collaboration with U.S. Air Force to protect numerous platforms and to ensure the safe return of pilots and crews everywhere.”

This DLA IDIQ contract represents continued growth for Terma. Since 2018, Terma has obtained three major contract awards including the F-16 3D-Audio System for the US Air National Guard F-16s, 3D-Audio Systems for the ANG A-10s, and new Pylon Integrated Dispensing System (PIDS+) Universal for the US Air National Guard F-16s. These contracts have been the foundation for the expected growth brought in by the new Enterprise Contract.

Source: Terma, Image courtesy U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Matthew Lotz

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