Boeing awarded Netherlands AH-64E work
Boeing has been awarded a modification to its Foreign Military Sales (Netherlands) contract to incorporate Royal Netherlands Air Force uniqueness into the AH-64E helicopter, the Department of Defense announced on 21 November.
The $128.6 million modification was issued by the US Army Contracting Command.
The work pertains to 11 AH-64E aircraft, and includes recurring and non-recurring scope, version six integration, integrated logistics support, product assurance, longbow crew trainers and initial peculiar ground support equipment.
Work will be completed by the end of June, 2025.
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