Friday, June 18, 2021

Oman Requests 400 TOW 2 Missiles

The Sultanate of Oman has requested more than 400 TOW 2 missiles as part of its ground defense integration program, according to the US State Department.

The request presented by the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) to Congress on Dec. 7 is valued at $51 million.

The Major Defense Equipment (MDE) request was made for 400 tube-launched optically tracked wire-guided (TOW) 2B Aero, Radio Frequency Missiles and 7 TOW 2B Aero, RF Missile Fly-to-Buy Missiles

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According to the DSCA, this proposed sale will “advance Oman’s efforts to develop an integrated ground defense capability.”

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