Pentagon announced Friday that Lockheed Martin, Sikorsky joint venture, Marine Helicopter support has won a $2 billion contract for servicing the US Navy's H-60 helicopters.
The contract covers performance-based logistics on 1,710 assemblies and components, and also includes the repair, modification, overhaul and replacement of hardware for the Navy's fleet of H-60 helicopters, Reuters quoted Pentagon announcement.
The contract is valid till Jan. 31, 2020.
Sikorsky Aircraft Corp has begun the ground testing for the S-97 RAIDER program. The RAIDER is an armed reconnaissance rotorcraft designed to outmatch conventional military helicopters in maneuverability, payload, speed, range and high/hot environmental conditions
Airbus Helicopters, PZL Swidnik – the Polish subsidiary of AgustaWestland and Sikorsky will compete in a contest to supply 70 multirole helicopters to Polands armed forces. The ministry on 30 December confirmed that all the same three had submitted bids to the nations defence ministry
The US Navy and Army will proceed with the existing plan to purchase 102 Sikorsky helicopters for $1.3 billion in the coming year, US DoD announced Monday
Sikorsky Aircraft has threatened to pull out of the Polands multi-purpose helicopter acquisition program unless its conditions are changed, Local Media reported Thursday. In a letter sent to President Bronislaw Komorowski, the CEO of Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation (SAC) Mick Maurer claimed that the tender announcement was made in such a way that only one of the participating companies could fulfil the conditions
Lockheed Martin and Raytheon are awaiting a decision on a €8 billion contract to provide warfare equipment, such as jet fighters and missile defense system to Germany and Poland. Federal Republic of Germany is currently assessing whether to purchase Lockheeds new medium extended air defense system, or planned update to Raytheons Patriot product
Northrop Grumman has won a $267 million contract by the U.S
Sikorsky has won $8 million contract for Phase 1 of the Aircrew Labor In-Cockpit Automation System (ALIAS) program from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). The DARPA's ALIAS programs aim is to develop and insert new automation into existing aircraft to enable operation with reduced onboard crew, according to the press release announced on Friday
Lockheed Martin recently demonstrated the evolving precision capability of its fiber laser weapon system by disabling the engine of a truck. The demonstration marked the first field testing of an integrated 30-kilowatt, single-mode fiber laser weapon system prototype, the company announced Tuesday in its press release
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