Deals this week: US Naval Sea Systems Command, Rheinmetall Group, and Bell-Boeing

28 July 2016 (Last Updated July 28th, 2016 18:30)

The US Naval Sea Systems Command has awarded a contract to Huntington Ingalls Industries to continue advanced planning for the refuelling complex overhaul (RCOH) of the USS George Washington (CVN 73) aircraft carrier.

The US Naval Sea Systems Command has awarded a contract to Huntington Ingalls Industries to continue advanced planning for the refuelling complex overhaul (RCOH) of the USS George Washington (CVN 73) aircraft carrier.

Worth $194.8m, the new deal has been modified from a previously awarded contract. Work will be performed in Newport News in Virginia for 18 months.

Rheinmetall Group has been awarded a seven-year ammunition supply contract valued at $439.06m by an undisclosed customer.

Rheinmetall will supply key components needed to manufacture decoy ammunition.

Bell-Boeing Joint Program Office has been awarded a $80.25m contract modification to perform repair works on various parts of the V-22 Osprey multi-role combat aircraft through December next year.

The US Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division has awarded a firm-fixed-price support services contracts totalling $1.75bn in value to multiple companies.

The companies involved will provide a range of services to support the Lot I fielded training system through July 2021.

Cubic Global Defense has been awarded a $73m five-year task order by the US Naval Air Warfare Center's Training Systems Division for aviation training support services.

Cubic Global Defense will provide operations, maintenance, and network management for military aviation training systems placed at different Marine Corps Air Stations.


Image: Huntington Ingalls will continue to provide advanced planning for RCOH of the USS George Washington aircraft carrier. Photo: courtesy of Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Trevor Welsh.