Kontrakty wojskowe – październik

 

 

Podsumowanie głównych kontraktów, umów i zakupów podpisanych w miesiącu październiku.

1 10 Lockheed Martin risk reduction enhancements in advance of the upcoming flight test of the air launch LRASM A version. Sept. 13, 2013. $16,565,914 modification USA
2 10 General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc modification of an existing contract to retrofit unmanned aircraft system Block 0 alternate heavy fuel engine. Sept. 26, 2013 $10,682,822 USA
2 10 General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc services in support of the Gray Eagle unmanned aircraft system. May 7, 2013 $102,588,732 USA
2 10 Boeing performance based logistics services in support of the CH-47 Chinook helicopters and rotor blades 30,2017 $185,000,000 USA
4 10 Bell/Boeing Joint Program Office supply chain management of a 170 components in support of the V-22 aircraf Dec., 31, 2016 $204,924,030 USA
4 10 AAI Corp modification of an existing contract to procure universal ground control stations kits for the retrofit of field shadow unmanned aircraft systems. Mar. 26, 2014 $40,999,999 USA
4 10 Hellfire Systems L.L.C modification of an existing contract to procure various models of Hellfire II missiles. Dec. 31, 2014 $403,484,222 USA
5 10 United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) Il-476 39 Il-476 planes by 2020 140 billion rubles ($4 billion) Rosja
5 10 Northrop Grumman Systems Corp. spare parts and supplies in support of the MQ-8B vertical take-off and landing tactical unmanned air vehicle April 2014 $24,476,978 USA
5 10 Boeing five-year Performance-Based Logistics (PBL) contract for CH-47 Chinook support 5 years $185 million USA
5 10 Bell-Boeing Performance Based Logistics (PBL) contract to Bell-Boeing for the V-22 Osprey Dec. 31, 2016 $218.4M USA
9 10 Rolls-Royce plc support for the F405 (Adour) engines 1 year US$103.3 million USA
8 10 AgustaWestland two AW139 twin-engine helicopters, maintenance and training package 2014 ? Thailand
8 10 Raytheon Company heavy anti-tank, wireless precision-assault missiles 5 years $349 million USA
9 10 Boeing Co. systems studies, analyses integrations and demonstrations with the unmanned aerial system termed dominator and common smart sub-munition to assess the capabilities of the system in meeting Air Force Research Laboratory requirements. Jan. 25, 2017 $10,000,000 USA
10 10 BAE Systems advisory web based Aviation De-confliction Planning Service. 1 yer ? UK
9 10 Lockheed Martin explore highly advanced autonomous technologies aboard an unmanned vertical take-off and landing aircraft
$13.5 million USA
9 10 AgustaWestland two additional AW139 medium twin helicopters 2014
Japan
9 10 Russia attack helicopters and mobile air-defense systems 30 Mil Mi-28NE night/all-weather capable attack helicopters, and 50 Pantsir-S1 gun-missile short-range air defense systems $4.2 billion Iraq
10 10 Boeing C-17 Globemaster III Integrated Sustainment Program (GISP) fiscal years 2013 through 2017 $2 billion USA
12 10 Lockheed Martin retrofit of 12 F-16 C/D Block 60 multi-role fighter aircraft. May 16, 2016 $94,700,000 Oman
15 10 Aero Vodchody L-159 28
Iraq
15 10 CAE USA Inc long-term, recurring training services
C$200 million USA/Kuwait
16 10 Sierra Nevada Corp uniquely modified Pilatus PC-12/47E aircraft 18 aircraft/July 31, 2015 $218,000,000
16 10 Bell Helicopter Textron Inc firm-fixed-price modification to definitize a previously awarded advance acquisition undefinitized contract action (N00019-11-C-0023) to provide lot 9 long lead parts and components required for the manufacture of 15 UH-1Y new aircraft; three AH-1Z remanufactured aircraft; and seven AH-1Z new aircraft July 2015 $391,426,326
17 10 Lockheed Martin U.S. Air Force for follow-on production of paveway II Plus Laser Guided Bomb (LGB) GBU-10, GBU-12 and GBU-16 guidance kits Production is expected to begin in early 2014 $34.1 million USA
17 10 Northrop Grumman logistics support for the RQ-4 Global Hawk fielded Block 30 weapon system Oct. 12, 2013 $88,000,000 USA
17 10 Raytheon Missile Systems Company AIM-9X-2 SIDEWINDER Block II All-Up-Round Missiles 28 $60 million Netherland
18 10 Raytheon Company (RTN) MK 54 lightweight torpedo hardware, test equipment, spares and related engineering and repair services for U.S. fleet inventory and in support of foreign military sales
$45.3 million USA, Australia, India
18 10 Lockheed Martin Global Training and Logistics international F-16 training program Sept. 2, 2022 $250,000,000
19 10 United Technologies Corp., Pratt and Whitney Military Engines, East Hartford, Conn., ervices and materials for the preliminary design, detailed design, and engine performance testing in support of the F135 Fuel Burn Reduction Program. July 2016 $81,870,798 USA
19 10 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co contract modification for the C-5 Reliability Enhancement and Re-engining Program (RERP) Aircraft Lot 5 Installation effort involving eleven aircraft Oct. 29, 2015 221,758,366 USA
19 10 GE-Aviation, Cincinnati, Ohio, task order contract for the Adaptive Engine Technology Development Program Sept. 30, 2016 $349,747,900 USA
19 10 United Technologies Corp indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity task order contract for the Adaptive Engine Technology Development Program Oct. 12, 2016 $335,048,342 USA
19 10 Russia 200 air-launched variants of the Russian-Indian BrahMos supersonic cruise missile and 10,000 Russian-made Invar anti-tank missiles.
$1.5-billion India
22 10 Lockheed Martin Corp. F-22 modifications and heavy maintenance sustainment, depot throughput and installations, signature analysis system reduction, contractor field teams, structural retrofit plan and modernization and common configuration. Dec. 31, 2013. $133,726,000 USA
23 10 ATK FMU-143 Bomb Fuze for the U.S. Air Force and Navy
$84 million (Initial orders under the contract are valued at $52 million.) USA
23 10 Lockheed Martin Corp., Marietta, Ga. modification provides for the purchase of seven MC-130J, four HC-130J, one KC-130J and one C-130J production aircraft under the basic contract July 31, 2015 $889,503,871 USA
25 10 Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Sensors, Johnstown, Pa consumable and depot level reparable spares supporting various aircrafts. Oct. 24, 2018 $415,000,000 USA
29 10 Boeing Co. Osprey ground-based trainers 7 $74 million USA
31 10 L-3 Communications Corp. modification to a previously awarded indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract (N00019-11-D-0017) to exercise an option for services in support of the P-3, EP-3 and NP-3 Sustainment Modification and Installation Program October 2013 $109,147,531 USA
31 10 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. contract modification for the C-5 Reliability Enhancement and Re-engining Program Lot 6 material and fabrication effort July 17, 2015 $489,413,280 USA

 

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