There is no word as to how many of the rockets the RJAF
will receive, when deliveries will commence and conclude, or the value of the contract.
The company said it has reached a $40 million deal to supply RJAF with a "comprehensive suite of full mission trainers and combat tactics trainers that can be networked together.
The contract will see LMT delivering a range of simulators to RJAF in 2018.
The company will also offer RJAF contractor logistics support services and technology that has been developed to help pilots train together on various scenarios.
RJAF is expected to operate these aircraft on its wide-range logistical duties, basically for the transportation of Jordanian soldiers participating in the UN's humanitarian peacekeeping missions worldwide.
Mashal Al Zaben, HRH Prince Feisal, US Ambassador to Jordan Stuart Jones, and RJAF Commander Major General Malek Habashneh.
At an estimated value of $8 million, this one-year agreement will support the RJAF fleet of 13 S-70A BLACK HAWK helicopters.
Spanning almost 18 years, the RJAF and Sikorsky Aircraft have worked together to build a solid relationship.