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Pratt & Whitney Secures $870M DLA Contract for TF33 Engine Sustainment

Pratt & Whitney, an RTX (NYSE: RTX) business, has secured a potential $870 million contract from the Defense Logistics Agency to sustain the global fleet of TF33 engines.

The company said Wednesday it will provide maintenance, program management, field service, repairs and engineering and spare parts for nearly 1,000 engines in service with the U.S. Air Force and international military customers.

The contract has a six-year base period worth $40.7 million with an option to extend engine sustainment work for another four years, the Department of Defense announced Tuesday.

“The TF33 enterprise is maturing beyond the conventional approach to a more complete, advanced sustainment process that will maximize the TF33’s support to many missions across the globe through 2050,” said Jill Albertelli, president of military engines at Pratt & Whitney.

The TF33 propulsion technology has been in service for six decades and powers the Air Force’s B-52 Stratofortress long-range, heavy bomber and E-3 Sentry airborne warning and control system aircraft.

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