Raytheon Awarded V-22 Osprey Support Deal

first_img View post tag: V-22 View post tag: deal View post tag: americas Raytheon Company has been awarded an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract with a potential value of $270 million by the U.S. Navy’s Air Systems Command to support V-22 Osprey systems, testing and software.The work will be performed by Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services at its facility in Indianapolis, Ind.Under the contract, Raytheon IIS employees will provide V-22 software support activity systems and software engineering, avionics integration, testing, and acquisition support. This work begins this month and is planned to conclude December 2019.The V-22 is a joint-service, multi-mission combat aircraft that combines the mobility of a helicopter with the long-range, high-speed cruise performance of a turboprop aircraft.Image: US Navy Raytheon Awarded V-22 Osprey Support Deal View post tag: Osprey View post tag: Awarded View post tag: Navy View post tag: Navalcenter_img Authorities View post tag: News by topic February 11, 2015 Back to overview,Home naval-today Raytheon Awarded V-22 Osprey Support Deal View post tag: Raytheon Share this article View post tag: Supportlast_img read more

US Sailors and Marines Train aboard USS Ashland

first_imgBack to overview,Home naval-today US Sailors and Marines Train aboard USS Ashland US Sailors and Marines Train aboard USS Ashland July 15, 2015 Authorities View post tag: americas View post tag: USS Ashland View post tag: News by topic View post tag: US View post tag: train View post tag: sailors View post tag: Navy View post tag: Naval US Sailors and Marines have been conducting amphibious exercises reinforcing combat readiness and interoperability among the two services.Cmdr. Daniel P. Duhan, commanding officer of Ashland, said:Ashland is underway for amphibious integration training prior to participating in bilateral exercises later this summer. It is important to conduct this training for both the Sailors and Marines because of the amount of new personnel we have and also because of the complexity of the missions that we support.Amphibious operations are a dynamic team sport, requiring a lot of practice and close coordination. Both Marines and Sailors have completed training in launch and recovery of several types of amphibious vehicles: amphibious assault vehicles (AAVs), landing craft air cushions (LCACs) and combat rubber raiding craft (CRRCs).Ashland is homeported in Sasebo, Japan, and is a part of the Bonhomme Richard Expeditionary Strike Group.Image: US Navy View post tag: Marines Share this articlelast_img read more