Collins Aerospace to provide subsystems for Osprey
Collins Aerospace is producing ballistic signal transmission devices and canopy severance assemblies for the egress system on the V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft, the DoD announced on 19 January.
Work on the five-year, $32.37 million deal is to be completed by January 2026.
Recipients will include the USAF, USN and Japan under the FMS programme.
Japan is the first international customer for the MV-22B Osprey with an order for 17 aircraft, with the final batch of four to be delivered to the Japan Ground Self-Defence Force this year.
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