Boeing contracted for targeting processor kits for US, Australian F/A-18s
The US Navy has awarded Boeing $35.2 million to produce Distributed Targeting Processor-Network retrofit kits for the F/A-18 fighter.
It covers the delivery of kits for USN and Royal Australian Air Force aircraft, and includes 28 of each of the Group A-1, Group A-2 and Group B kits.
Work will be performed in Missouri, California and Washington, and is expected to be completed in June 2022.
USN FY19 aircraft procurement funds of $33.8 million and Foreign Military Sales funds of $414,172 were obligated at time of award.
The Naval Air Systems Command based at Patuxent River in Maryland is the contracting activity for the award.
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