Kaman to support KC-10 MRO work
Kaman Composites - Wichita (KCW) has received a subcontract to supply complex composite components and assemblies for the US Air Force’s KC-10 tanker refuelling boom, the company announced on 5 March.
The components will support the KC-10 tanker’s maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) work.
Mark Withrow, vice president and general manager, Kaman Composites US, said: ‘The programme’s additional work scope further expands our growth in MRO composite repair services under our Part 145 FAA Repair Station.
‘This opportunity demonstrated our ability to fast track the repair and delivery process while working with our customers to ensure commitments were seamlessly achieved. Our company and employees are committed to providing exceptional support for Tier 1 suppliers and the US military.’
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