Boeing to Support Navy Aircraft Maintenance Software System

boeing logoBoeing (NYSE: BA) has received a $27.5 million delivery order modification to perform support work on the U.S. Navy‘s automated maintenance environment for two kinds of carrier-based aircraft.

The branch issued the contract under a basic ordering agreement covering F/A-18 E/F and EA-18G sustainment, the Defense Department said Tuesday.

AME is an integrated software program designed to manage aircraft maintenance data collection as well as technical and procedural activities.

Boeing will perform work in St. Louis, Missouri, through December 2015 and the Navy is obligating all funds at the time of award.

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