Navy Picks 42 Firms for Potential $6.1B KRACEn Aircraft Maintenance Support IDIQ

Jeff Brody

The Navy has awarded 42 small businesses spots on a potential 10-year, $6.1B contract for aircraft maintenance support services.

The service received 42 offers for the kits, aircraft recovery, augmentation, components and engines contract and expects work to conclude by April 2030, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

KRACEn is a multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract covering modification kit build and installations, repair of aircraft and components, engine overhaul, recovery of downed aircraft and augmentation labor supplement for maintenance. The contract also seeks to offer assistance to single satellite site and organizational-level contractor logistics requirements in support of Navy Fleet Readiness Centers.

The awardees are:

  • ACE Aeronautics
  • Adams Communication and Engineering Technology
  • Affordable Engineering Services
  • Aircraft Services Alliance
  • Akima Logistics Services
  • AOC Global Services
  • ASR International
  • Atlantic Diving Supply
  • Battlespace Flight Services
  • Cherokee Nation Red Wing
  • Coherent Technical Services
  • Commuter Air Technology
  • Delaware Resource Group of Oklahoma
  • EagleSystems
  • Erickson
  • F3 Logistics
  • Field Aerospace
  • Gold Coast Helicopters
  • J.F. Taylor
  • Kay and Associates
  • Keystone Turbine Services
  • King Aerospace
  • Logmet
  • Magee Technologies
  • Mint Turbines
  • Naval Systems
  • Orbis Sibro
  • Platform Aerospace
  • Powerhouse Resources International
  • Precision Turbines
  • Resicum International
  • Science and Engineering Services
  • Strategic Technology Institute
  • Support Systems Associates
  • Talentscale
  • Telford Aviation
  • Y-Tech Services
  • Yulista Tactical Services

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