Raytheon Technologies to Train Afghanistan’s Military Pilots Under $145M Contract; Bob Williams Quoted

Bob Williams
Bob Williams

TYSONS CORNER, VA, May 29, 2020 — Raytheon Technologies (NYSE: RTX) secured a potential three-year, $145M contract from U.S. Army Contracting Command to train Afghan air force pilots on using rotary and fixed-wing aircraft platforms, ExecutiveGov reported May 12.

The company said May 12 it will provide classroom instruction as part of a pilot training program designed for Afghanistan's airmen and awarded under the Army's Enterprise Training Services Contract.

Bob Williams, vice president of global training solutions at Raytheon's intelligence and space business, said the company helps develop military aviators and officers through individual mentorship.

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