With Jordan having started to take delivery of F-16s the Dutch air force has taken out of service, the Pentagon now says it is planning to sell the country the latest AMRAAM air-to-air missile available for the export market.
Under a proposed foreign military sales agreement, Jordan would pay $131 million for 85 AIM-120-C7s, and also get related kit such as six captive-carry training missiles.
The deal comes just a few days after the Pentagon announced a proposed FMS deal with Bahrain for 25 of Raytheon's C-7 AMRAAMs.
Yesterday, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency also announced it has submitted to Congress details of an FMS offer to sell to the United Arab Emirates 362 Hellfire air-to-ground missiles.
The $526 million arms package would include 15 AAR-57 common missile warning systems, 21 APR39A (V)4 radar warning systems, and other kit, including BAE Systems's ASN-128D doppler navigation radar for helos.