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AF Picks Up Boeing Option

Boeing has received a $22 million engineering sustainment option to continue supporting the B-52 bomber.  The option comes in conjunction with the $750-million, 10-year Engineering Sustainment Program contract awarded by the U.S. Air Force in 2009.

“This is the first option of the ESP contract, which includes a total of 9 annual options, ” said Mike Houk, B-52 Fleet Support program manager for Boeing. “Receiving the option this month allows Boeing to continue supporting our customer by sustaining, modernizing and upgrading the B-52 to meet the warfighter’s needs, both today and in the future.”

Boeing will continue to oversee all B-52 bomber engineering and maintenance issues.

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