Boeing to Support Navy’s Aircraft Physiological Episode Investigation, Mitigation Efforts

The U.S. Navy has awarded Boeing a two-year, $19.3 million contract to help investigate and address physiological episodes on the service branch’s F/A-18A-F and EA-18G platforms.

Work under the sole-source contract will include research, development, inspection and modification activities, the Defense Department said Wednesday.

The Navy will obligate $91,319 in fiscal 2018 aircraft procurement funds at the time of award.

Boeing will perform contract work in St. Louis, Missouri, and El Segundo, California, through March 2020.

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