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Rolls Royce Vet David Smith Joins Qinetiq as CFO; Steve Wadey Comments

David Smith,  chief financial officer and director at Rolls Royce, will join U.K.-based science and engineering company Qinetiq as CFO. Qinetiq said Tuesday Smith will succeed David Mellors, who is scheduled to leave QinetiQ on Dec. 31 to join Cobham as the defense contractor’s CFO. “[David] has extensive executive experience in blue …

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Rolls Royce Takes in $54M for Super Hercules Work for Kuwait, Marines Corp

Rolls-Royce Corp. has won an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract worth up to more than $54 million to provide support and parts for 50 KC-130 aircraft, three of which are for the government of Kuwait under the foreign military sales program. The company will also provide depot-level engine repair, propeller and propulsion system components to …

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Rolls Royce to Provide AF C-130 Support

Rolls Royce Corp. has won a $6, 659, 487 U.S. Air Force contract modification to provide power-by-the-hour support for Lockheed Martin-made (NYSE: LMT) C-130 planes. The Defense Department said the company will support a foreign military sales agreement with India’s air force. Work will occur at Hindan Air Station in …

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L-3, Rolls Royce Ink DoD Deals

According to the Department of Defense, “L-3 Communications (NYSE: LLL) was awarded a $175, 000, 000 firm-fixed-price contract.  This three-year indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract is for the ordering of 30 and 60 kilowatt tactical quiet generator (TQG) sets to ensure the government obtains a seamless supply of TQG sets to provide the …

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Rolls-Royce Subsidiary Wins Potential $100M USAF Turbine Development Contract

A U.S. subsidiary of Rolls Royce has landed a potential eight-year, $100M contract for development, demonstration and transition of turbine-based propulsion, power and thermal systems for the U.S. Air Force. LibertyWorks will perform work under the first phase of USAF’s Advanced Turbine Technologies for Affordable Mission-Capability program, the Defense Department said Thursday. The …

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Rolls-Royce Gets $420M USAF IDIQ for Aircraft Engine Sustainment Services

Rolls-Royce has received a potential six-year, $420 million contract from the U.S. Air Force to sustain F137 military aircraft engines. The company will maintain, repair and overhaul the engine technology as well as sustaining engineering and program management support, the Defense Department said Tuesday. F137 currently powers USAF’s RQ-4 Global Hawk and the U.S. Navy‘s MQ-4C Triton …

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Thomas Bell to Rejoin Rolls-Royce as Defense Business Head

Thomas Bell, senior vice president of global sales and marketing at Boeing‘s (NYSE: BA) defense, space and security business, will rejoin Rolls-Royce this month as president of the aircraft engine manufacturer’s defense arm. Rolls-Royce said Wednesday Bell initially joined the company in mid-2012 as president for its North American customer business and after that held the same …

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Rolls-Royce to Manufacture V-22 Aircraft Engines for Marine Corps, Japan Under $115M Contract

Rolls-Royce has received a potential $115.1 million contract to produce a total of 56  engines for V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft of the U.S. Marine Corps and Japan. The company will manufacture 36 AE1107C production engines for USMC and another 20 production and spare engines for the government of Japan, the Defense Department said Thursday. Work …

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Rolls-Royce Secures $79M Contract for KC-130J Tanker Engine Support to Marine Corps, Kuwait

Rolls-Royce has received a $78.7 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract from the U.S. Navy to provide engineering and logistics support for KC-130J aircraft engines. The Defense Department said Tuesday that Rolls-Royce will support AE 2100D3 engines for aerial refueling tankers of the U.S. Marine Corps and the government of Kuwait under a foreign military sales deal. Contract work …

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