Chantilly, Virginia-based Amentum was awarded a $946 million contract to provide complete system maintenance and modernization solutions for the U.S. Army’s government-owned fixed wing transport aircraft fleet.
Leveraging advanced technologies and best practices, the company will provide life-cycle transport aircraft system modernization, integration, logistical and operational solutions, as well as pilot services and management processes.
Under this contract, Amentum performs life-cycle services including sustainment, modernization, and logistics for a combined fleet of 150 aircraft. The Army’s transport fleet includes C-12, C-26, T-6, and UC-35 aircraft.
Amentum has teamed with Stevens Aerospace and Defense Systems of Greenville, South Carolina, as the primary depot maintenance facility.
The hybrid firm-fixed price contract will begin January 2024, has one base year and five one-year options, and is contracted through Army Contracting Command – Redstone Arsenal. The customer is the U.S. Army’s Program Executive Office – Aviation, Fixed Wing Project Office.
Work on the contract will be performed in various domestic and international locations.