Boeing will continue to develop and integrate the existing F-22 mission planning environment, which provides F-22 crews with a full range of mission information.
The order was awarded under the Air Force’s mission planning enterprise contract-II, which is worth up to approximately $920 million over 10 years and was awarded to five contractors.
The order is worth up to $24 million.
“Our current support of the F-22 program helped us better understand the Air Force’s mission planning requirements,” said Mark McGraw, Boeing’s vice president for training systems and services. “We will continue to work together to improve the integration and testing of mission planning products throughout the MPE development lifecycle.”