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Raytheon to Deliver Bradley Fighting Vehicle Viewer System Under $154M Army Contract

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Raytheon to Deliver Bradley Fighting Vehicle Viewer System Under $154M Army Contract

RTX business Raytheon has secured a $154 million contract to provide the U.S. Army with Commander’s Independent Viewer systems.

An electro-optical and infrared sight system, the CIV uses second-generation forward-looking infrared cameras and sensors to give Bradley Fighting Vehicle operators a 360-degree view of the battlefield, as well as early threat detection, battlefield oversight and targeting capabilities. Bryan Rosselli, president of advanced products and solutions at Raytheon, said work under the contract will improve the Bradley’s survivability and performance.

CIV production will take place in McKinney, Texas. The first CIVs are expected for 2026, RTX said.

The Army contract follows several contracts Raytheon secured in recent months.

Earlier in January, the U.S. Air Force awarded Raytheon a $345 million contract to produce over 1,500 StormBreaker glide bombs. The StormBreaker features a millimeter-wave radar-based automatic target detection and classification, infrared imaging and semi-active lasers for target tracking.

In December, Raytheon won an $80 million U.S. Navy contract to develop an advanced electronic warfare prototype for the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet. The company said it will replace the jet’s AN/ALQ-214 integrated defense electronic measure and the AN/ALR-67(V)3 radar warning receiver.

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