Honeywell Gets USAF Contract Modification for Aircraft Power Logistics Support

Honeywell business unit has received a potential $42.6 million contract modification from the U.S. Air Force to provide power logistics services for two aircraft platforms.

Honeywell Defense and Space will perform logistics support work on ground carts as well as auxiliary and secondary power units for B-2 and C-130 weapon systems, the Defense Department said Monday.

The modification involves foreign military sales to Argentina, Australia, Bahrain, Egypt, Germany, Greece, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Kuwait, Mexico, Pakistan, Poland, South Korea, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, the Netherlands, Turkey and NATO.

USAF will obligate $31.9 million in working capital funds at the time of award.

The Pentagon expects the company to complete work under the modification by Nov. 30.

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