DRS Wins $200M to Service Coast Guard C-130s; Don Davis Comments

DRSLogoDRS Technologies has won a potential $200 million contract to continue refurbishing and maintaining the U.S. Coast Guard‘s C-130 planes for at least one year.

The contract includes four option years for maintenance, repair and overhaul services, DRS said Wednesday.

DRS’ team has provided MRO services for the Coast Guard’s C-130 planes over the past three years.

Don Davis, vice president of operations for DRS’s technical services group, said more than 240 employees have performed contract work over the past 41 months.

“It is a privilege to support the men and women of the USCG and we take great pride in our service and delivery of aircraft ready to fly the mission, ” Davis added.

Work will occur at the U.S. Coast Guard Aviation Logistics Center in Elizabeth City, N.C.

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