The US State Department has made a determination approving a possible foreign military sale to the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) for precision guided munitions, equipment, and support for an estimated cost is USD231 million. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) has notified US Congress of this possible sale on 09 August.

NSPA has requested a possible sale of precision guided munitions for subsequent retransfer to the air forces of Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Greece, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, and Spain.

Included are 500 KMU-556 F/B joint direct attack munition guidance kits; 40 KMU-557 F/B joint direct attack munition guidance kits; 1,500 KMU-572 F/B joint direct attack munition guidance kits; 1000 MAU 210 E/B computer control groups for 1,000-lb Enhanced Paveway II laser-guided bomb; 300 MAU 210 E/B computer control groups for GBU-49 precision guided kit; 1025 MAU 169 L/B computer control groups for GBU-12 precision guided kit; 1350 FMU-152 A/B joint programmable fuzes; 60 MXU-650 K/B bomb fin assembly and airfoil group for GBU-12s; 1025 MXU-650 K/B AFGs for GBU-12s, as well as DSU-38A/B laser sensors; DSU-33D/B proximity sensors; wireless Paveway avionics kit interfaces for Enhanced Paveway IIs; and FMU-139C/B electronic bomb fuzes.

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