Rockwell Collins to Help Manage Air Force KC-10 Repairs

Rockwell Collins has received a contract from L3 Technologies to oversee repair work on more than 500 parts for the U.S. Air Force‘s fleet of KC-10 aircraft.

Rockwell Collins said Monday it will partner with the company’s Intertrade subsidiary to manage approximately 4,000 repairs each year and provide logistics support services via a distribution facility in Memphis, Tennessee.

Thierry Tosi, vice president and general manager of Rockwell Collins’ service solutions unit, said the company has an established track record as a repair chain management services provider.

The program seeks to increase repair turnaround time and help the military branch sustain KC-10 mission critical operations.

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