Honeywell awarded funding for Abrams TIGER engine work
Honeywell has been awarded a $110.9 million contract amendment to provide Total Integrated Engine Revitalization (TIGER) hardware for the Anniston Army Depot’s production of the Advanced Gas Turbine 1500 engine for the US Army's Abrams main battle tanks and TIGER field repair site requirements.
Work will be performed in Phoenix, Arizona, with an estimated completion date of 22 February 2022.
Full funds were allocated at the time of award from the army’s FY2019 budget, and US Army Contracting Command based at Warren in Michigan is the contracting activity for the work.
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