Naval Air Systems Command awarded Pratt and Whitney‘s military engines business a $145.3 million contract modification to procure depot support equipment and supplies for the F-35 program.
NAVAIR exercised options on a previously awarded contract to the Raytheon Technologies subsidiary supporting fighter aircraft sustainment work for both domestic and international military customers, the Department of Defense said Monday.
The Pentagon expects work to be complete in September 2024.
Pratt and Whitney recently promoted Jill Albertelli, former senior vice president for transformation and strategy, to serve as president of its military engines organization.
Albertelli succeeds Matthew Bromberg, who is set to join Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) on Feb. 16 as corporate vice president of global operations.