Boeing Selects UTC Subsidiary to Maintain C-17 Landing Gear; Greg Watson Comments

BoeingLogoBoeing has selected a United Technologies Corp. subsidiary to help maintain landing gear on the U.S. Air Force‘s fleet of C-17 aircraft.

UTC Aerospace Systems will work with Hill Air Force Base in Ogden, Utah to support workloads on the Boeing-made C-17 Globemaster III, the company said Tuesday.

Greg Watson, a site director for UTC Aerospace Systems’ landing gear business, said the companies and Hill AFB will collaborate and aim to modify development of repairs.

Watson added UTC Aerospace Systems has been the incumbent supplier for the program since 2006.

UTC Aerospace Systems is the original equipment manufacturer for the C-17′s landing gear system.

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