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Boeing Awarded $487M to Engineer Army Apache Attack Helicopters

Boeing (NYSE: BA) has secured a $487 million contract from the U.S. Army for the provision of engineering services and technical support to the service branch’s Apache AH-64 attack helicopters through Feb. 6, 2026.

The cost-plus-fixed-fee contract awarded by the Army Contracting Command has task orders that will determine work locations and funding, the Department of Defense said Friday.

According to Boeing, there are over 1,200 Apache aircraft in operation with the Army and international defense forces. The attack helicopters have recorded more than 4 million flight hours.

Apache serves as the Army’s primary combat helicopter and supports multi-domain missions. It is expected to be in production until 2028 and remain operational into the 2060s considering its modular open systems architecture.

In June, Boeing received a $169.5 million contract from the Army for a long lead effort in support of the full-rate production of lot 12 Apache.

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