M7 Aerospace, an Elbit Systems of America subsidiary, has secured a potential six-year $176 million contract from DynCorp to offer life cycle contractor support services for U.S. Army C-26 and UC-35 aircraft.
Elbit Systems said Wednesday it will provide various sustainment and support products and services such as contractor logistics support, engineering, maintenance, repair and overhaul services.
The contractor will also update and modify the Army aircraft as well as offer depot-level maintenance and material management services.
Raanan Horowitz, president and CEO of Elbit Systems of America, said the company has committed to work closely with its clients and provide logistics services that can help support various missions.
The company added work will occur in San Antonio, Texas.