U.S. Arms Export Agreements Notified to Congress, 1997
The Arms Control Association maintains a register of all U.S. FMS government-to-government transfer agreements notified to Congress by the Pentagon since January 1990. The register does not necessarily reflect finalized transactions and may include offers that never result in actual deliveries.
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|Country||Total Value||Weapons/Services of Note|
|Saudi Arabia||$1.428 billion||<>Maintenance and construction services in support of 5 E-3 Airborne Warning and Control Systems. |
<>7 KE-3 aeriel refueling tankers.
<>1 KE-3 Tactical Air Surveillance aircraft.
<>130 90mm Turret Weapons Systems for integration into Light Armored Vehicles including chassis modification / upgrade, 130 M240 machine guns, 130 M2 .50 caliber machine guns and 169,490 rounds of 90mm ammunition.
<>Communication equipment including: 465 AN / VRC-90, 355 AN / VRC-92 and 404 AN / VRC-119 radios, 42 RT-1702C receiver transmitter, high frequency radios.
|Taiwain||$654 million||<>54 HARPOON missiles. |
<>1,786 TOW 2A anti-armor guided missiles (including 27 Lot Acceptance missiles) and 114 TOW launchers.
<>100 M1045A2 High Mobility Mult-Purpose Wheeled Vehicles.
<>21 AH-1W Super Cobra helicopters with spare and repair parts.
|Japan||$400 million||<>Modifications and upgrade of 13 E-2C Update Group II Mission Suite retrofit kits, including AN / APS-145 Radars (Catagory XII) for existing E-2C aircraft.|
|South Korea||$307 million||<>1,065 STINGER RMP missiles less reprogrammable modules, 213 weapon rounds, 213 gripstock control group guided missile launchers, Interrogator Friend or Foe, and support equipment.|
|Bahrain||$303 million||<>20 F-16A / B aircraft with Mid-Life Update (MLU) modification kits or 10 F-16C / D aircraft.|
|Israel||$230 million||<>15 UH-60L Blachawk helicopters, 30 GE turbine engines and 4 spare engines. |
<>98,745 M107 high explosive 155mm projectiles.
|Thailand||$140 million||<>107 excess M60A3 ttanks with 105mm guns and Tank Thermal Sight capability. |
<>107 .50 caliber and 7.62mm machine guns.
<>37,500 M16A2 rifles, 4,700 M4 carbines and 2,600 M203 grenade launchers.
|United Arab Emirates||$117 million||<>24 RGM-84G-4 HARPOON missiles with containers. |
<>72 RIM-7M (F1 Build) SEASPARROW missiles with 1 training missile.
|Italy||$116 million||<>233 AIM-120B Advanced Medium Range Air-toAir Missiles.|
|France||$85 million||<>4 Electronic Suppport Measure Systems for incorporation into E-3F AWACs fleet|
|Turkey||$75 million||<>300 rounds of 40mm high explosives and 24,000 rounds of 20mm ammunition|
|Australia||$27 million||29excess SH-2F / G LAMPS MK 1 helicopters|
Sources: Department of Defense, ACA
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