Rolls-Royce details US military contracts
Rolls-Royce has announced that it has received a number of recent contracts from the US military at a combined value of more than $275 million. The contracts, announced 22 March 2012, cover support services for the US Armed Services.
According to the company, Rolls-Royce will provide Mission Care service support for AE 1007C, AE 2100 and T56 engines which power a variety of US aircraft, including the V-22, C-130, P-3 and C-2 in operation with the US Air Force, Navy and Marines.
Recent contracts announced by the US Department of Defense include a $112.2 million services contract for AE 2100 engines and propeller systems for US Air Force C-130J aircraft; three US Marine Corps contracts, totalling $84.7 million, for maintenance services on AE 1107C engines for V-22 aircraft, and a $45.2 million contract for logistics and technical engineering services for AE 2100 engines for KC-130J aircraft; and one US Navy contract worth $33.8 million for repair of T56 engines in P-3, C-130 and C-2 aircraft.
The contracts cover work to be delivered in 2012 and 2013.
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