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June 1, 2017

Deals this week: PAE Government Services, FlightSafety Services, SOS International

PAE Government Services Inc has secured a $44m-worth contract from the US Air Force to provide back-shop maintenance services for government aircraft.

PAE Government Services Inc has secured a $44m-worth contract from the US Air Force to provide back-shop maintenance services for government aircraft.

The contractual work includes modifications, support tasks and other functions, and will be performed at the 96th Test Wing at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, US, for a period of 33 months.

The US Air Force Life Cycle Management Center based at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, US, has awarded FlightSafety Services Corporation a contract for the production of KC-46 aircrew training system.

The $33.26m deal requires FlightSafety to provide additional two weapon system trainers, two pilot part task trainers, two boom operator trainers, one fuselage trainer, learning management system workstations, and fuselage trainer support systems to the US Air Force up to March 2019.

SOS International LLC has been selected to provide facilities management and maintenance support services to the US Central Command (CENTCOM).

"The $17m-worth deal covers logistics and asset management, engineering services, facilities maintenance, repairs, and project management services."

Awarded by the US General Services Administration, the $17m-worth deal covers logistics and asset management, engineering services, facilities maintenance, repairs, and project management services.

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Northrop Grumman has awarded a five-year $90m-worth contract to Orbital ATK for work on the B-2 Spirit stealth bomber.

As part of the deal, Orbital ATK will produce 17 hot trailing edge (HTE) composite structures and perform non-recurring engineering for the B-2 aircraft. The agreement includes an option for follow-on contracts.

Leonardo Helicopters and IMP Aerospace and Defence have formed a team to support a mid-life upgrade of the EH101/CH-149 Cormorant search-and-rescue (SAR) helicopter fleet operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force.

The Team Cormorant partnership will also expand the EH101/CH-149 fleet through the conversion of AW101-519 helicopters.

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