Boeing has received a potential $45M contract to provide updated airframe structures for U.S. Special Operations Command’s A/MH-6 helicopters.
The company will provide 56 primary airframes for the rotary wing platform under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract that has a minimum order value of $100K, the Defense Department said Monday.
SOCOM will obligate $5.2M in fiscal 2018 procurement funds at the time of award.
Work will primarily take place at Boeing’s facility in Mesa, Ariz.
AH-6 is a light attack and armed reconnaissance helicopter designed for security and escort, combat search-and-rescue, close combat attack and troop insertion and extraction missions.