Deals this week: Huntington Ingalls Industries, Boeing, Pratt & Whitney Military Engines
The US Naval Sea Systems Command has awarded a contract modification worth $3.01bn to Huntington Ingalls Industries' Ingalls Shipbuilding business unit.
The contractor will design and build landing helicopter assault (LHA) replacement (LHA(R)) flight 1 amphibious assault ship (LHA 8) Bougainville under the modified deal, which is scheduled to be delivered in 2024.
Boeing has secured a three-year contract to provide field and logistics service support to the Indian Navy’s P-8I maritime patrol aircraft.
The company is set to provide engineering, logistics and material support in order to increase the P-8I aircraft’s operational capability as part of the agreement.
The US Naval Air Systems Command has awarded a $41.84m contract modification to Pratt & Whitney Military Engines in support of the low-rate initial production (LRIP) of F-35 Lightning III Lot X aircraft.
Pratt & Whitney will procure F-135-PW-100 and F-135-PW-600 propulsion systems through September 2019 under the deal.
Rolls-Royce has been awarded an engineering and logistics support contract by the US Department of Defense.
Rolls-Royce will provide engineering support, engine repairs, logistics services, and technical data to the US Marine Corps KC-130J military aircraft as part of the new commitment.
The US Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support has awarded a six-month contract worth approximately $13.59m to Raytheon Company for the provision of repair services for the P-3 APS-137 radar system.
The arrangement includes a 30-month option, which if exercised will bring the total contract value to $17.8m.
Work under the contract will be performed in McKinney, Texas, up to December 2019.