Rolls-Royce Receives $854M Navy Contract for Tactical Aircraft Engine Repair Services

Rolls-Royce‘s North American subsidiary has received an $854.4 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract from Naval Air Systems Command to fix engines of tactical aircraft flown by the U.S. Marine Corps and Kuwait’s military.

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Under the five-year contract, Rolls-Royce will perform depot-level services to repair and maintain AE2100 D3 engines that power C-130 and KC-130 multimission planes, the Department of Defense said Monday.

NAVSEA received one proposal for the firm-fixed-price contract through an online request for proposals.

Work will occur in Canada, Portugal, Texas and Indiana and is expected to conclude in July 2027.

The C/KC-130T platforms, manufactured by Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), help U.S. Navy and Marine Corps fleet operating forces conduct logistics and air-to-air refueling operations.

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