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Marshall secures five-year contract with Cameroon Air Force

5th May 2020 - 09:00 GMT | by The Shephard News Team

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Marshall Aerospace and Defence have secured a five-year contract to provide aircraft maintenance, technical support and training to Cameroon’s fleet of C-130H aircraft after it was approved by President Paul Biya.

All work will be carried out by Marshall at its facility in Cambridge, UK. The company will be working alongside the Cameroon Air Force logistics partner, Aeromec.

Brig Gen Jean Calvin Momha, Chief of Air Staff for the Cameroon Air Force, said: ‘Marshall ADG has an excellent reputation within the industry for providing world-class support on the C-130 and our evaluation process confirmed that their solution delivered the best value for money.’

Shephard’s Defence Insight reports that Cameroon operates three C-130H transport aircraft which have an estimated unit cost of $12 million and has a maximum flight range of 1,944km. 

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