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Kongsberg To Build More CROWS

by: Matthew Potter
December 30, 2009

Category: Business Line, Companies, Contract Additions, Contract Awards, Countries, Department of Defense, Events, Konsberg, Norway, Pennsylvia, production program, Services, States, U.S. Army, U.S. Marine Corps | RSS 2.0

The U.S. Department of Defense added to a contract previously won by Kongsberg of Norway for Crew Remote Operated Weapon Stations (CROWS). The value of this addition is over $800 million. The add to the existing contract will purchase a further 3,849 CROWS bringing the total to over 10,000.

The contract will be done over five years at Kongsberg Pennsylvania facility. CROWS allows weapons to be operated by a gunner sitting in the vehicle rather then up in the turret. This provides maximum protection to them in combat. CROWS are installed on HUMVEES as well as MRAP vehicles and are used in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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