Taiwan To Spend $939 Million On Patriot Upgrades

November 2007
Defense Daily;11/14/2007, Vol. 236 Issue 32, p8
Market Research Report
The article reports on the plan of Taiwan to buy Patriot Configuration 2 ground systems upgrade as well as associated equipment and services. The purchases is worth $939 million. Taiwan is seeking to upgrade and refurbish its three existing Patriot fire units to the latest Army configuration three ground support equipment.


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