Unidentified country orders Patriot system upgrade

An unidentified country has contracted Raytheon to modernize its Patriot missile defense system.

By Richard Tomkins
Raytheon is upgrading an unidetified country's Patriot missile system. Pictured, a Patriot rocket launcher during combined training exercise Panther Assurance 2015, March 21 in Sochachew, Poland. U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Randall Jackson, 10th AAMDC Public Affairs
 
Raytheon is to modernize the Patriot Integrated Air and Missile Defense System of an unidentified country under a $600 million commercial sales contract.
The upgrade will advance the country's Patriot system to the most advanced configuration available, the Configuration 3+ with Post Deployment Build 8 software and hardware.
The configuration enables the Patriot to use the PAC-3 missile Segment Enhancement interceptor, which provides greater range and mobility in destroying tactical ballistic missiles.
"Patriot saves lives," said Ralph Acaba, Raytheon vice president of Integrated Air and Missile Defense. "Our customer faces a very real, evolving threat; by upgrading Patriot, they will continue to protect their civilians, military and critical infrastructure."
The contract was awarded less than 120 days after Poland officially requested Patriot from the United States government.
Additional contract details were not disclosed.
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