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Boeing has selected Rolls-Royce to manufacture an engine technology to power four unmanned aerial refueling vehicles the Chicago-based company will build for the U.S. Navy. Rolls-Royce said Thurday it will provide AE 3007N engines designed to generate more than 10K pounds of thrust and provide additional electrical power to the service branch’s future MQ-25 Stingray tanker drones. Jarrett Jones, executive vice […] More
Rolls-Royce has received a six-month, $69.4 million contract option to maintain and provide logistics support for the U.S. Navy‘s T-45 training aircraft engines. The company will perform intermediate and depot-level maintenance work on 209 F405-RR-401 Adour engines as part of the exercised option, the Defense Department said Monday. Forty-six percent of contract work will occur at Naval Air Station Kingsville in […] More
Rolls-Royce has unveiled a situational awareness system meant to aid ship navigators who operate vessels at night and in adverse weather or congested waterways. The company said Tuesday its Intelligent Awareness system works to collect data from multiple sensors to offer users a comprehensive view of a ship’s external surroundings through four user interface modes, augmented and virtual reality and […] More
Thomas Bell, president of the defense business at Rolls-Royce, has been appointed to serve in the additional roles of president and CEO for the company’s North American subsidiary. He will succeed Marion Blakey, who is due to retire by the end of June after three years at the helm, Rolls-Royce said Wednesday. Bell rejoined the company […] More
Rolls-Royce has opened a facility in Finland to research and develop autonomous technology for shipping operations. The company said Thursday it aims to conduct R&D projects in the areas of autonomous navigation, land-based control and artificial intelligence at the new center. The facility includes a Remote and Autonomous Experience Space designed as a venue for showcasing autonomous technology platforms […] More
Rolls-Royce has signed an agreement to lease Texas Aero Engine Services‘ previously-owned facility that the former will use as a testbed for engine endurance tests. The facility, located in Fort Worth, Texas, takes up 440,000 square feet and will serve as a venue for tests concerning Trent engines, Rolls-Royce said Thursday. The company is currently working […] More
Rolls-Royce has received a supplier of the year award from a Lockheed Martin-led industry team contracted to build Freedom-variant Littoral Combat Ships for the U.S. Navy. Lockheed said Wednesday that Rolls-Royce was given recognition during the 30th annual Surface Navy Association National Symposium held Tuesday. Rolls-Royce produces the MT30 gas turbines and Mk1 waterjets for the Freedom-variant LCS’ combined diesel and […] More
Boeing‘s subsidiary Aviall has signed a sales and distribution agreement to offer a suite of Rolls-Royce-made engines to the defense sector. Aviall will market AE 2100 turboprop, AE 3007 turbofan and AE 1107C turboshaft engine variants that are designed to power multiple types of military aircraft, Boeing said Thursday. Eric Strafel, Aviall president and CEO, said the company seeks to help […] More
Rolls-Royce has signed a partnership with Abu Dhabi Ship Building to provide shipbuilding, repair and refit services in support of the Gulf region. Rolls-Royce said Monday partnership will cover fixed service rates for onsite service attendance;  turnkey repair projects; spare parts; and technical and commercial support for ADSB employees on Rolls-Royce waterjets. Leo Pantazopoulos, a senior vice president for Asia and Middle East Marine […] More
Jon Davis, a retired U.S. Marine Corps lieutenant general and former USMC deputy commandant for aviation, has joined the board of directors at Rolls-Royce‘s North American subsidiary. The company said Friday Davis was appointed to the Rolls-Royce North America board alongside Beverly Goulet, former executive vice president and chief integration officer at American Airlines. Both appointees […] More
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