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State Dept. Approves Possible $2B USACE Foreign Military Sale to Kuwait

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is set to provide Kuwait with infrastructure construction, equipment, training and logistics support after the State Department approved a potential $1.7 billion Foreign Military Sale contract. According to a Defense Security Cooperation Agency news release posted Monday, the contract covers procurement of equipment, construction of a new central utilities site and …

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Report: Congress Receives Proposed UAE Training Deal

The U.S. Marine Corps will train special forces in the United Arab Emirates under a $150 million contract pending congressional approval, Defense News reported Thursday. Awad Mustafa writes the foreign military sales agreement includes training and logistical support for the UAE Presidential Guard on national defense strategies pertaining to counterterrorism, …

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DSCA: Saudi Arabia Seeks $1B in C4I Tech Upgrades

Saudi Arabia plans to buy $1.1 billion in command and control, communications and intelligence systems from the U.S. in a bid to help bolster regional security in the Middle Eastern country. The Saudi navy plans to acquire the technology for its vessels responsible for protecting the country’s coastline, the Defense …

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William Landay

Vice Adm. William Landay serves as the director of the Defense Security Cooperation Agency, a position he has held since August 2010. The DSCA is the agency responsible for foreign military sales, and as its director, Landay provides leadership, management and oversight of programs for sales, training and humanitarian assistance …

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