Lockheed Martin will continue sustaining the U.S. Air Force’s four-engine turboprop transport aircraft following a new $57.84 million award from the service branch.
The company received a firm-fixed-price, time-and-material, cost-plus-incentive-fee and requirements modification to its C-130J Super Hercules long-term sustainment contract, the Department of Defense said Friday.
Lockheed will deliver program sustainment support, inventory control point management, consumable spares replenishment, repair, sustaining engineering support and other services.
The company will perform work at its Georgia facility through Jan. 31, 2022.
The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center obligated $47.74 million in fiscal 2021 operation and maintenance funds at the time of award.
Lockheed, the manufacturer of C-130J aircraft, won the base sustainment contract worth $71.4 million in August 2016.
The C-130J Super Hercules is part of the C-130 Hercules aircraft family, which the Air Force primarily uses to conduct the tactical portion of the airlift mission.