Stinger missiles, related equipment and support for Taiwan

The U.S. State Department has made a determination approving a possible Foreign Military Sale to TECRO for the Stinger missiles and related equipment and support for an estimated cost of $223.56 million. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency delivered the required certification notifying Congress of this possible sale.

Stinger missiles related equipment and support for Taiwan

U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Christopher P. Roseblossom (left), a low altitude air defense (LAAD) gunner with the 2nd LAAD Battalion, fires an FIM- 92 Stinger missile (Picture source: Lance Cpl. Cody J. Ohira/Marine Corps)

TECRO has requested to buy 250 Block I -92F MANPAD Stinger missiles and 4 Block I -92F MANPAD Stinger Fly-to-Buy missiles. Also included is 1 Captive Flight Trainer (CFT), 23 Field Handling Trainers (FHTs), 108 Gripstock Control Groups, 108 Medium Thermal Weapon Sights (MTWS), 7 Tracking Head Trainers (THTs), 2 Sierra Coolant Recharging Units (CRUs), 1 Missile Go/No Go Test Set, 108 Identification Friend or Foe (IFF), TFF Development, 1 Integrated Electronic Technical Manuals (IETMs), Government Furnished Equipment, spare and repair parts, telemeters, range and test support, contractor technical support, contractor training, contractor engineering services, contractor logistics services, consolidation, total package fielding, material fielding team, Field Service Representative (FSR), U.S. Government technical support, and other associated equipment and services and other related elements of logistics and program support. The total estimated program cost is $223.56 million.