Deals this week: Rolls-Royce, Northrop Grumman, General Dynamics Electric Boat


Rolls-Royce Corporation has won a $115.08m contract to procure a total of 56 production and spare AE1107C engines for the V-22 Osprey military aircraft through to November 2018.

The contractor will supply 16 production and four spare engines for the Government of Japan under the deal, as well as up to 36 production engines to the US Marine Corps.

Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation has received a contract modification worth $18.61m for the production of MK54 Mod 0 lightweight torpedo (LWT) array kits for the US Navy, the Governments of UK and Thailand, and various foreign military sales (FMS) through to November 2020.

The contract was awarded by US Naval Sea Systems Command and also covers production support material, in addition to related engineering and hardware repair services for the modernisation of navy LWTs.

The Entwistle Company has been awarded a five-year contract worth roughly $31.85m to procure 217 jet-blast deflector side plate cooled panels and associated installation parts for the US Navy’s F-35 Joint Strike Fighter aircraft.

"General Dynamics Electric Boat Corporation has received a $341.16m contract to continue the provision of support services to the US Navy’s in-service nuclear submarines."

Entwistle's panels and installation parts will be used to support the launch and recovery operations of F-35 aircraft on the US Navy’s aircraft carriers.

The contract has been awarded by the US Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division.

General Dynamics Electric Boat Corporation has received a $341.16m contract to continue the provision of support services to the US Navy’s in-service nuclear submarines.

The deal was awarded by US Naval Sea Systems Command and covers a range of services, including design agent, planning yard, engineering and technical support, and submarine safety design review.

Raytheon Company has secured a $45.42m contract to provide fully integrated replacement shelters to the US Naval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk Contracting Department.

The replacement shelters will be supplied to the relocatable, over-the-horizon radar system’s transmit and receive site monitors and transmit array until September 2022.