Lockheed Martin selects Rockwell Collins for F-22 avionics support at Warner Robins Air Logistics Center
Rockwell Collins has been awarded a Depot Activation contract by Lockheed Martin to provide test capability, training and integration support for F-22 avionics at Warner Robins Air Logistics Center (WR-ALC). The 32-month contract is valued at $23.8 million.
Image courtesy of the United States Air Force. Click to enlarge.“Rockwell Collins has delivered state-of-the-art avionics and support for the F-22 since 1999. This new Depot Activation contract for F-22 avionics elevates our relationship with Warner Robins by establishing a public-private partnership that brings together the best capabilities of Rockwell Collins, Lockheed Martin and the U.S. Air Force,” said Ken Estelle, vice president and general manager, Technical Service Solutions for Rockwell Collins. “We look forward to delivering superior services that enable mission readiness for the F-22, while providing the best value to our customers.”
The Depot Activation contract was developed through Rockwell Collins’ engineering services to provide total support solutions to WR-ALC and other government customers by ensuring the warfighter is properly equipped, trained and resourced to successfully meet their mission.
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