Boeing Awarded $439M Army FMS Contract for Apache Helicopters, Trainers

Boeing Awarded $439M Army FMS Contract for Apache Helicopters, Trainers

Boeing (NYSE: BA) has secured a $439.2M contract modification from the U.S. Army to build AH-64E Apache helicopters for Morocco.

The company will also provide Longbow flight simulators to support crew training with the attack helicopter platform, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

Contract work will take place in Mesa, Ariz., through March 1, 2025. The Army used fiscal 2020 foreign military sales funds to cover the full obligated amount.

According to Boeing, the Army has recorded more than 4.5M flight hours with its Apache fleet and fielded more than 30 Longbow Crew Trainers.

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