by Staff Writers Washington DC (SPX) Oct 24, 2007 The Defense Security Cooperation Agency notified Congress of a possible Foreign Military Sale to Egypt of E-2C Airborne Early Warning Command and Control Aircraft as well as associated equipment and services.
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WASHINGTON (Thomson Financial) - The Pentagon notified has Congress of a possible sale to Egypt of two E-2C airborne early warning and command aircraft.
WASHINGTON, Oct 22 - The U.S. Defense Department said on Monday it was ready to sell two excess E-2C Airborne Early Warning Command and Control Aircraft to Egypt in a deal valued at up to $75 million.