France orders 214 AGM-114 Hellfire missiles

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  1. Pathfinder

    Pathfinder Lieutenant Colonel

    Dec 17, 2015
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    The US State Department has approved a possible Foreign Military Sale to France for Hellfire Missiles and associated equipment, training, and support. The estimated cost is $30 million, the US Defense Security Cooperation Agency announced on May 2nd, 2016.

    France previously requested the potential sale of 112 AGM-114K1A Hellfire Missiles, 102 AGM-114N1A Hellfire Missiles, 50 ATM-114Q1A Hellfire Training Missiles. Non-MDE consists of 4 Hellfire Missile Mock-Up Sectional Models, 4 Hellfire II AGM-114N Warhead Mock-Ups, thirty 30 Hellfire M36-E4 Training Missiles, 60 Hellfire M60 Dummy Missiles, M299 Launcher Spare Parts (O and I Level), Hellfire Missile Spare Parts (O and I Level), M36-E4 Training Missile Spare Parts (O and I Level), Integrated Logistics Support Hardware Equipment, Training, U.S. Government Technical Assistance, 100 Dome Covers, 3 Hellfire AGM-114K1A Warhead Sections, 3 Hellfire AGM-114N1 Warhead Sections, 30 LSS Simulators, 3 AN-205Bs, 44 IRIS, 3 Calibration Cables, AN-205B Test Equipment Spare Parts, AGM-114N1 Warheads without Electronic Safe, Arm and Fire Device, 13 AGM-114K1A Main Warheads with No Control Interface Group, 13 AGM-114K1A Precursors, Hellfire Tripod Launcher with Launch Control without Laser, Technical Data Documentation, Publications, Repair and Return Services, Classified Technical Data Package, Unanticipated and Unprogrammed Requirements, 16 Hellfire II AGM-114K1A Missile Sleeves, Hellfire M60 Dummy Missile Spare Parts, 60 M34 Hellfire Training Missile, and Conversion Services for M34 Dummy Missiles. The MDE value of these items was $20 million; the total implemented value of the initial case and amendments was $42 million.
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