Air Force Taps 11 Firms for Potential $950M Aircrew Equipment Delivery IDIQ

Jeff Brody

Eleven companies have won spots on a potential 10-year, $950M contract to supply commercial aircrew and environmetal protection equipment to the U.S. Air Force.

The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center received 12 offers for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract and will obligate $11K in fiscal 2018 other procurement funds at the time of award, the Deparmrent of Defense said Thursday.

Contractors will compete for aircrew item orders that could include personal protective equipment, visual augmentation tools, communication platforms, search and rescue equipment, power management systems, medical tools and other products  needed for survivability.

DoD expects contract work to conclude by Aug. 8, 2029.

The awardees are: 

  • Atlantic Diving Supply
  • Baker and Associates
  • Capewell Aerial Systems
  • Federal Resources
  • Hurricane Aerospace Solutions
  • Life Support International
  • Mountain Horse Solutions
  • Nightline 
  • Rapid Response Defense Systems
  • Sera Star
  • Tactical and Survival Specialties

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