San Diego Business Journal

Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. announced the receipt of multiple contracts on July 16.

The San Diego business said it received $38.6 million in task orders from the Royal Saudi Naval Forces. Under the deal, Kratos (Nasdaq: KTOS) will provide training on the subjects of surface navy operations and maintenance as well as damage control. Also included is English language training.

The foreign military sale is coordinated by the U.S. Navy, specifically the Naval Air Warfare Center’s Training Systems Division.

Kratos said its contract ceiling was raised to $99 million to accommodate these and future task orders.

Separately on July 16, Kratos said it received a 10-year, sole-source contract from QinetiQ U.K. for high performance unmanned aerial jet target drone systems. The deal covers MQM-178 Firejet aerial targets, spares, ground support equipment, technical services and training. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Kratos said it anticipates multiple Firejet targets will be utilized annually under the deal.

QinetiQ operates the United Kingdom Ministry of Defence Hebrides Range. Kratos drones and ballistic missile targets were used on the range as part of the Formidable Shield 2017 exercise.