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Boeing | Contracts - Awards | Helicopters & Rotary | Logistics | USA

$134.6M in Osprey Spares Contracts As OpEval Nears

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Hot on the heels of $27.8 million in development and testing contracts, the Bell-Boeing Joint Program Office in Patuxent River, MDis received $134.6 million in spare parts contracts for the MV-22 Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft as it prepares for operational evaluation in the face of projected procurement cuts. All are sole source task orders from the Naval Inventory Control Point under a previously-awarded contract (N00383-03-G-001B).

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