Qatar to get F-15 support services through FMS
Qatar will be provided with maintenance and logistical support for F-15 aircraft and related training devices as part of a $68.06 million undefinitised contract with Boeing.
The sole-source contract was awarded via the FMS process under the direction of the Air Force Life Cycle Management Centre at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.
Work for the Qatar Emiri Air Force will be performed in St Louis, Missouri and is due to be completed by 21 December 2021.
FMS funds of $33.35 million are being obligated at the time of contract award.
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