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Kongsberg to deliver additional CROWS to US Army

Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace has received a new order from the US Army for 409 Commonly Remotely Operated Weapon Station (CROWS) along with spares and support.

The order is worth USD 94 million (NOK 1 billion) and is part of the IDIQ frame contract that Kongsberg was awarded in October 2022.

This is the fourth consecutive five-year contract awarded to Kongsberg for the delivery and support of CROWS for the US Army. The manufacturing and assembly of the deliveries will take place at Kongsberg’s facility in Johnstown, PA.

Over the past 25 years, Kongsberg has delivered over 22,000 Remote Weapon Systems to customers in more than 28 different nations.

“We are very pleased for the opportunity to deliver additional CROWS systems to the US Army and with the confidence our customers place in our products and our organization,” says Eirik Lie, President of Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace.

Neil Ritchie
Neil Ritchie
Neil Ritchie is the founder and editor of DefenceToday.com. Neil is also the editor of other online publications covering military history, defence and security. He can be found on Twitter: @NeilRitchie86.

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