Rolls-Royce awarded contract for V-22 Osprey engine support

  • 17-Mar-2010 08:37 EDT

This U.S. Air Force CV-22 Osprey is powered by a Rolls-Royce AE 1107C-Liberty engine.

The U.S. Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) awarded Rolls-Royce an 11-month, $75 million MissionCare contract, including four option years. Logistics support will be provided for the Rolls-Royce AE 1107C-Liberty engines that power the U.S. Marine Corps’ MV-22 Osprey and U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command’s CV-22 Osprey. The total contract has a potential value exceeding $600 million. This MissionCare contract will provide a full suite of engine management services support for more than 250 aircraft. The services will include engine management and repair, logistics support, and field service representatives at six V-22 operating locations in the U.S.

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