L3 Technologies Inc has secured a $218.06m contract from the US Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division to supply new training systems and modifications to the F/A-18C/D/E/F and EA-18G fighter aircraft.
The company will also support engineering change proposals as part of the arrangement, as well as implement Naval Aviation Simulation Master Plan upgrades and deliver spare parts for various hardware deliverables.
Work under the contract is slated to be performed in Arlington, Texas, until April 2023.
Huntington Ingalls Inc has received a contract modification worth $77.56m from the US Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) to carry out emergent repair and restoration works on the Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald (DDG 62).
The deal will see the company perform additional collision repairs, maintenance and modernisation activities on the destroyer at its facility in Pascagoula, Mississippi, until January 2020.
Huntington Ingalls has also agreed to provide additional long-lead-time material for the PCU Enterprise (CVN 80) aircraft carrier as part of a separate contract with the NAVSEA, which is valued at $179.97m.
General Electric Co has been awarded a $91.58m contract modification by the US Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) to provide 24 full-rate production Lot 22 F414-GE-400 engines.
The engines are planned to be installed on-board the F/A-18 aircraft upon delivery.
Work under the contract will be performed at various locations in the US through to February 2019.
The US Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) has awarded a contract worth $211.29m to Lockheed Martin Aerospace for support work on the F-35 Lightning II preliminary design review.
Lockheed is set to perform pre-modernisation work on the F-35 Lightning II Block 4.1 common capabilities to support the US Air Force and international allies under the agreement.
The contractual work will be performed in Fort Worth, Texas, until July 2019.
Rockwell Automation Inc has been contracted by the US Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Philadelphia Division to support various classes of naval ship that use Rockwell’s programmable logic controller solutions.
The $59.11m deal will see the company provide commercial information technology hardware and software, software licenses and software license upgrades through to April 2024.