Lockheed lands $38.5M contract for cockpit data system

Lockheed Martin Mission Systems & Training won a $38.5 million order for engineering services to support the integration and testing of an advanced data transfer system for the MH-60 helicopter.

The work includes mission system and a common cockpit suite.

The contract covers U.S. Navy helicopters as well as aircraft owned by the Australian and Danish governments.

The MH-60 helicopter is described by Lockheed as a multi-mission maritime helicopter. Missions include acting as an anti-submarine and anti-surface warfare platform and being used for medevac operations.

The delivery of the engineering services is expected to run through February 2017.

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