Deals this week: Boeing, Mymic, Lockheed Martin

2 March 2017 (Last Updated March 2nd, 2017 18:30)

The Boeing Company has won a contract worth $678.68m to supply a total of 12 fighter aircraft to the US Navy through February 2019.

The Boeing Company has won a contract worth $678.68m to supply a total of 12 fighter aircraft to the US Navy through February 2019.

The order was placed by the US Naval Air Systems Command, and includes seven Lot 40 EA-18G electronic warfare aircraft with related kits, and five F/A-18E Super Hornet aircraft.

Mymic LLC has secured a $39.1m deal to provide analytical services in support of the Joint Staff, J8 Directorate’s Functional Capability Boards.

The contract was awarded by the US Naval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk and will run through February 2022.

Lockheed Martin Corporation has been awarded an agreement to provide logistics support and sustainment services for the F-35 Lightning II multi-role fighter aircraft until the end of the year.

The contract has been awarded by the Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent River, Maryland, and will support the F-35 Lightning II aircraft operated by the US Navy, the US Marine Crops, US Air Force, and foreign countries.

"Mymic LLC has secured a $39.1m deal to provide analytical services in support of the Joint Staff, J8 Directorate’s Functional Capability Boards."

World Wide Technologies Inc has won a contract to provide information communication technology / equipment (ICT / E) to the US Navy.

The $14.25m order was issued by the US Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific, and is set to run through February 2022.

Saab has won a contract with the Swedish Defence Material Administration (FMV) in support of the underwater weapon systems operated by the Swedish Navy.

The arrangement will allow FMV to award contracts worth up to $26.08m for the support and maintenance of Swedish Navy underwater weapon systems.


Image: Boeing has won a contract to supply five F/A-18E Super Hornet aircraft to the US Navy. Image: U.S. Navy photo by Randy Hepp.