The US Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, based at Robins Air Force Base, has awarded a one-year contract modification to Sierra Nevada Corporation for contractor logistics support services.
The company will provide additional logistics support services for the Precision Strike package of the AC-130J and AC-130W attack aircraft, under the modification worth $19.99m.
Canadian firm CAE Inc has agreed to provide training solutions to NH90 multi-role military helicopters being acquired by Qatar Emiri Air Force’s (QEAF), under a subcontract with Leonardo Helicopters.
CAE will provide simulators as well as training devices and training support services, while it will build a training centre in Qatar by 2021, under the C$150m ($114.56m) contract.
The training facility will incorporate training devices such as the CAE 3000 Series NH90 NFH full-mission simulator, an NH90 virtual maintenance training system (VMT) classroom, a CAE 3000 Series NH90 TTH full-mission simulator, and an NH90 NFH rear-crew trainer.
Lockheed Martin has been contracted by the US Air Force to provide training support services for crew in the Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) for eight years.
The Air Commando Training and Support (ACTS) contract will see Lockheed Martin support schoolhouse operations for the crew of multiple mission design series aircraft.
The company will also provide aircrew training and support services for aircrew and assets of the US Air Force Special Operations Forces (SOF), logistics support for AFSOC weapon systems, as well as engineering and cybersecurity support services.
KBRwyle, a global government services business of KBR Inc, has received a task order worth $34.1m to support the Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) Engineering Directorate’s Engineering and Communication Network Branch.
The company will provide system engineering analyses, cyber resiliency strategy development, cybersecurity assessments, and air traffic management solution component testing to the US Air Force (USAF).
KBRwyle’s work will allow the USAF and foreign military customers to better defend cyber threats and ensure air traffic safety.
Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services has received a contract worth $511m for support work on the USAF’s Cobra Dane radar.
Awarded by the USAF Life Cycle Management based at Peterson Air Force Base, the deal includes maintenance, operation and sustainment of the Cobra Dane radar.
The contractual work will be performed at Eareckson Air Station, Shemya, Alaska, until March 2025.