The US Air Force Life Cycle Management Center has awarded a $983m contract to Boeing Aerospace to provide engineering support services for a number of aircraft.
The services will be provided for E-4B, NT-43, C-32A, VC-25, E-8C, and C-40B/C aircraft up to January 2027.
The Netherlands Defense Materiel Organization has awarded a contract to Environmental Tectonics Corporation to deliver multiple Advanced Disaster Management Simulators.
The simulators to be supplied under the contract will be used by the Royal Netherlands Air Force to train and assess fire and rescue services personnel.
The Boeing Company’s Directed Energy & Strategic Systems has received a contract modification to provide support services for intercontinental ballistic missile guidance subsystems.
The contract worth $15.63m has been awarded by the US Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center.
Work under the contract will be performed at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, US, through February next year.
Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation has secured a $17.61m-worth contract modification to provide support services for C-20 and C-37 military aircraft operated by the US Armed Forces.
Awarded by the US Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, the contract is scheduled to be completed by January next year.
Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) has entered an agreement with BAE Systems to collaborate on the design and development of a fifth-generation fighter jet for the Turkish Air Force.
The deal, which follows a pre-contract study phase between the partners, is anticipated to strengthen defence partnership between TAI and BAE Systems.