TAIPEI, Taiwan - Representatives from the U.S. Army Security Assistance attended the fourth Taiwan Patriot Program Management Review Nov. 1-5.

USASAC is currently coordinating several Foreign Military Sales cases for Taiwan including the upgrade/refurbishment of the Patriot Missile System and the procurement of new fire units and missiles.

The Taiwan Air Force delegation was led by Major General An-Nan Chu, who thanked the members of both sides for the work being done on their program.

USASAC's Taiwan Country Program Manager Francene Gordon stated that the PMR was a success.

Other PMR participants included Aviation and Missile Command's Security Assistance Management Directorate, Lower Tier Project Office, Integrated Materiel Management Center, Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command and Communications Electronics Command.

USASAC implements approved U.S. Army security assistance programs, including Foreign Military Sales of defense articles and services to eligible foreign governments. The command manages approximately 4,400 FMS cases valued at more than $103 billion. USASAC also manages the Army's co-production program.