Northrop Grumman named on CMMARS contract
Northrop Grumman has been selected as part of a $12.6 billion IDIQ contract to compete to provide contracted maintenance, modification, aircrew and related services (CMMARS) to the US Navy, the company announced on 9 April.
The CMMARS contract intends to improve readiness, increase mission availability and provide relevant capabilities to the US Navy.
John Parker, vice president and general manager, global logistics and modernisation, Northrop Grumman, said: ‘CMMARS helps us solidify our partnership with the navy as a trusted provider of aircraft capabilities, support, sustainment and modernisation to ensure they have the tools needed to conduct combat operations around the globe.’
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