Army chooses six for $25B aircraft support contract

The Army has chosen six companies for a potential 10-year, $25.5 billion contract to help maintain aircraft and support equipment based outside the continental U.S.

Ten bids in total were submitted for the contract that is a new requirement. Work will support personnel and equipment in theaters of operations, the Defense Department said in its Wednesday contracts digest.

Awardees are:

  • AAR Supply Chain
  • Arma Aviation
  • DynCorp International
  • L3 Vertex Aerospace
  • North American Surveillance Systems
  • Pinnacle Solutions

Contracts will also carry out minor modification and supply chain management functions. Work will take place through April 3, 2028.

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