The Navy on July 24 awarded Raytheon [RTN] a contract worth over $180 million for AGM-154 Unitary Joint Stand-Off Weapon (JSOW) missiles for the service and Saudi Arabia, the Defense Department said.

The firm-fixed-price contract contains 200 full rate production Lot 11 (FRP-11) AGM-154C-1 Unitary JSOW missiles for the U.S. and 355 AGM-154 Block III C Unitary JSOW missiles for Saudi Arabia. It includes associated supplies and services.

The JSOW is a family of air-to-ground missiles that include GPS-inertial navigation systems and a thermal imaging infrared seeker.

The AGM-154C-1 “is designed to provide fleet forces with the capability and flexibility to engage moving maritime targets, while retaining its robust capability against stationary land targets,” Raytheon said on the weapon product page. Its improvement over the JSOW C includes a weapon datalink radio and modified seeker software to increase capability for anti-surface warfare missions, the company said.

The full $180.4 million was obligated at the time of award in fiscal year 2015 weapons procurement (Navy) and foreign military sales funds.

The Navy portion accounts for 32 percent ($58 million) of the total and the Saudi Arabia portion, under the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program, is 68 percent ($123 million). None of the funds will expire at the end of the current fiscal year, the Navy said.

This was not a competitively procured contract, pursuant to 10 USC 2304(c)(1).

Contract work is set to occur in Raytheon’s facilities in Tucson, Ariz. (46%); Dallas, Texas (44%); and McAlester, Okla. (10%). It is expected to be completed in April 2018.

Naval Air Systems Command in Patuxent River, Md. is the contracting authority. The contract designation is N00019-15-C-0112.