L3 Receives $202 million C-12 Huron Support Contract

(Image by U.S. Air Force, www.af.mil) (Image by U.S. Air Force, www.af.mil)

The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has awarded L3 Technologies a $202 million indefinite-delivery requirements contract for depot level maintenance, logistics, and sustaining engineering services in support of the C-12 utility lift aircraft for the Navy and Marine Corps.

“Services to be provided include site support maintenance, aircraft depot maintenance, engine depot maintenance, aircraft and aircraft systems modifications, potential site stand-ups and closures.” noted the DoD press release.

L3 will receive pay based on the individual delivery orders issued. The bulk of the work will take place in San Angelo, Texas (58.5 percent). The rest will take place in Bahrain, Japan, Cuba, California, North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana, Arizona, Maryland and Virginia.

L-3 was the chosen offer from five offers submitted. The Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent River, Maryland, will manage the contract.

Based on the Beechcraft Model 200 Super King Air, the C-12 is a military version used by the US Air Force, US Navy, US Army and US Marine Corps for numerous functions including range clearance, embassy support, medical evacuation, VIP transport, passenger and light cargo transport.

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