A Boeing (NYSE: BA) and Bell Helicopter team has won five contracts worth a combined $181 million with the U.S. Navy for work on the Osprey program, the Pentagon announced Thursday.
The contracts include:
- A $72, 928, 060 advanced acquisition award for long lead components for 17 MV-22 and 17 CV-22 aircraft.
- A $34, 445, 395 modification for engineering and technical support for the V-22’s flight control system on aircraft avionics software.
- A $33, 343, 681 delivery order for non-recurring efforts and flight test aircraft modifications for Joint and Allied Threat Awareness system and Radar Warning Receiver integration, in support of MV-22B aircraft.
- A $28, 870, 525 delivery order against a previously issued agreement to support the Naval Rotary Wing Aircraft Test Squadron.
- A $11, 491, 794 delivery order for the procurement of 12 combined retrofit kits for the suite of Integrated Radio Frequency Countermeasures System modifications for CV-22 aircraft.