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Amentum to Maintain, Modernize Army’s Transport Aircraft Fleet Under $946M Contract

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Amentum to Maintain, Modernize Army’s Transport Aircraft Fleet Under $946M Contract

The U.S. Army has awarded Amentum a potential six-year, $946 million contract for fixed-wing aircraft systems maintenance and modernization.

Amentum will provide sustainment, modernization, logistics and other lifecycle services for 150 transport aircraft platforms, including the C-12, C-26 and UC-35 planes. The company also plans to use its Augmented Reality Report Expert and other maintenance-augmenting technologies to ensure that subject matter experts can access resources off-site and in real-time.

Work will be performed in partnership with Stevens Aerospace and Defense Systems, which will provide a depot maintenance facility. Work will support the Army’s Program Executive Office-Aviation, Fixed Wing Project Office, Amentum said.

The Army contract follows other awards the company secured in 2023 supporting other U.S. military organizations.

In November, Amentum won a potential five-year, $441.3 million contract to provide C5ISR systems supporting the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command’s missions. The company was tasked to deliver C5ISR technologies, electronic warfare solutions, cybersecurity capabilities and other offerings to support soldiers in all warfighting domains.

In May, the U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division awarded Amentum a potential five-year, $70 million contract to provide hypersonics- and sensor-related research and development, analysis, testing, technology transfer and systems engineering.

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