Navy Soliciting F-16 Aircraft Maintenance, Logistics Support Services

The Naval Air Systems Command is seeking proposals from defense contractors looking to provide aircraft maintenance and logistics support for the U.S. Navy’s F-16A/B/C/D multi‐role fighter jet fleet over a potential eight-year period.

In a solicitation notice, NAVAIR said it will award a $152.3 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to a single vendor that will be tasked to perform organizational, selected intermediate and limited depot level maintenance and logistics services in support of the naval aircraft fleet.

Services include in‐service repairs, aircraft modifications, corrosion treatment as well as system and component operation, removal, reinstallation, test and check out. Maintenance tasks and F-16 flight operations are also covered by the future IDIQ.

The vehicle is planned to be a firm-fixed-price, single-award contract that will have a five-year base period and a three-year option period.

Responses to the solicitation are due Oct. 24.

The Navy employs F-16s for air‐to‐air combat and air‐to‐surface attack. The all-weather fighter fleet operates from Naval Air Station Fallon, Nevada and NAS Lemoore, California.

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