The US Air Force has awarded a $85.6 million worth contract to Honeywell to provide software and engineering support services for the C-5M Super Galaxy strategic transport aircraft, the Department of defense announced Tuesday.
“Honeywell International Aerospace, Albuquerque, New Mexico, has been awarded an $85,676,969 contract for C‐5 Honeywell software and engineering support services,” the statement says. This contract provides hardware and software support for the C-5 aircraft.
Work will be performed at the following locations: Warner Robins, Georgia; Phoenix, Arizona; Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Redmond, Washington; and Albuquerque, New Mexico, and is expected to be completed Jan. 30, 2025, the statement added.
The C-5 Galaxy is the largest strategic airlifter in the USAF’s fleet, with a capacity to carry two 78t M1A1 main battle tanks or helicopters and other large equipment.
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Lockheed Martin has delivered the latest C-5M Super Galaxy large military transport aircraft last week to US Air Force Reserve Command. This C 5M will be assigned to the 433rd Airlift Wing, the U
UTC Aerospace Systems is currently testing its new Pulse Health Monitoring System (HMS) to evaluate the airworthiness of sensing systems aboard the USAF's C-5 Galaxy aircraft. The Pulse HMS is a lightweight, scalable vehicle health management system designed to enable real-time evaluation of an aircraft's condition
Lockheed Martin has received ongoing funding through a recently issued Acquisition Decision Memorandum (ADM) that authorizes Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) associated with the C-5 Super Galaxy Reliability Enhancement and Re-Engining Program (RERP). "This funding enables us to continue to partner with the U
MARIETTA: Lockheed Martin recently received two contracts totaling $324 million for the C-5M Super Galaxy program. The first contract is for the Reliability Enhancement and Re-Engining Program (RERP)
Honeywell has won a $21.3 million contract to supply engine components for Kuwaiti and Saudi Arabian tank engines used in M1 Abrams series of tanks
Curtiss-Wright Corporation and Honeywell have partnered to develop next generation aircraft black boxes capable of streaming data real-time. The companies will use real-time connectivity to reinvent the Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) and Flight Data Recorder (FDR) – commonly referred to as “black boxes” – for the commercial airline, cargo transport and business jet markets, Curtiss-Wright said in a statement Friday
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