Boeing has secured a $541 million foreign military sales contract for production lot 15 CH-47F cargo renew and new build helicopters for Netherlands.
Work will be completed by December 31, 2020, the US department of defense announced today.
Netherlands ordered $1.05 billion in Boeing-built CH-47Fs and associated equipment from the U.S. government through an FMS agreement the State Department cleared in March 2015.
The Dutch air force uses the Chinook platform in troop movement, medical evacuation, disaster relief, firefighting and search-and-rescue operations as well as support homeland defense and security cooperation efforts.
CH-47F Chinook helicopters are equipped with an integrated digital cockpit management system, a common aviation architecture cockpit and cargo handling systems.
The German Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment (BAAINBw) on behalf of Dutch Procurement Office (DMO) signed an agreement with Krauss-Maffei Wegmann (KMW) Tuesday to procure five Leguan bridge layer systems on Leopard 2 main battle tank chassis. The procurement plan also includes training simulators, accessory equipment and an option for additional bridge layer systems, the US department of defense announced Tuesday
Netherlands has delayed the delivery of 15 additional Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) F-16AMs to Jordan after request for specific hardware and software updates. The jets were supposed to make their way to Jordan this year, but that has been postponed
The Netherlands is ready to purchase two Airbus tanker transport aircraft with Luxembourg. The aircraft will be NATO property and will be stationed at Eindhoven airbase in the Netherlands for pooling and sharing
The US State Department has approved $58.2 million for the sale of AN/AAR-57A (V) 7 Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS) to be employed on the Netherlands AH-64D Apache helicopters
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