Poland Taps Raytheon For Patriot Missile-Defense System

By Justin Doubleday / April 21, 2015 at 2:14 PM
The Polish government on Tuesday announced plans to buy Patriot air and missile defense batteries, handing a victory to manufacturer Raytheon against European competitors for a deal worth up to $5 billion. Poland will purchase eight Patriot batteries through 2025, according to a statement released by the Polish defense ministry. Officials in Warsaw plan to acquire two batteries within three years of signing the contract, the statement reads. Poland also had been considering an offer from Eurosam, a consortium including...

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