Deals this week: Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Engility


The Boeing Company has secured a $122.8m-worth contract to supply spare parts to the US Navy.

Awarded by the US Defense Logistics Agency Aviation, the contract has a five-year base period and one five-year option period.

Work under the contract will be performed at Boeing’s facility in St Louis, Missouri, US, up to December 2020.

Lockheed Martin has awarded a contract to CAE USA to develop four KC-130J fuselage trainers (FuT) for use by the US Marine Corps (USMC).

As part of the deal, the contractor will also deliver an instructor operator station, aircraft interface monitor, virtual cargo compartment, and a virtual simulator for the KC-130J FuT.

Marine Corps Air Stations Miramar in the US and Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni in Japan, are set to receive the KC-130J FuTs between 2020 and 2021, while the deliveries to Naval Air Station Fort Worth in the US, will take place in 2022.

"Awarded by the US Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, the contract covers a range of services, including systems engineering management, manufacturing and quality, mission engineering and interoperability, and air/ship integration."

Engility Corporation has been awarded a contract modification worth $30.66m to provide engineering and technical support services to the US Navy and the governments of Australia, Denmark, Saudi Arabia, Norway, Japan and Spain, through April next year.

Awarded by the US Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, the contract covers a range of services, including systems engineering management, manufacturing and quality, mission engineering and interoperability, and air/ship integration.

Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems has won an engineering and support services contract worth $119.65m to support the integrated submarine imaging systems (ISIS) programme, which provides imaging capabilities for Navy submarines.

Scheduled to be completed in September next year, the deal covers design, development, system support, reverse engineering, testing, technology insertion/refreshment, engineering services, and field engineering services.

Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems has won a $93.49m-worth contract to provide follow-on support services for the DDG 116-118 Aegis defence systems until July next year.

Awarded by the US Naval Sea Systems Command, the contract includes development and installation of the Baseline 9 Aegis weapon system and integrated Aegis combat system on the remaining Aegis Technical Insertion (TI) 12 and TI 08 configured cruisers, as well as TI 12 configured destroyers.