Lockheed Martin to support French C-130J fleet
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics will sustain France’s C-130J aircraft fleet under a $12.4 million foreign military sales contract from the US Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, announced on 24 October.
The contract will provide long term sustainment (LTS) for France's C-130J aircraft. Critical components of LTS support include programme management support; spares, supply support services; support equipment; diminishing manufacturing sources, sustaining engineering services, sustaining engineering/technical services; depot maintenance; aircraft modifications; and data and configuration management programmes.
The work will run through January 2023.
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