Boeing’s Oklahoma City facility, a technical engineering support site, has received a five-year contract from the U.S. Air Force for engineering support for the KC-135 fleet support program.
The contract is worth up to $20 million a year.
“Boeing's Oklahoma City team has set a high standard in the engineering business,” Mike Wright, Boeing Global Services & Support KC-135 and KC-10 program director, said in a statement. "This contract will ensure seamless engineering sustainment support for our valued customers and warfighters.”
Under the contract, the facility will provide structural, systems and aerospace analysis; prototyping modifications and upgrades; liaison engineering support for Tinker Air Force Base Program Depot Maintenance and back shops; around-the-clock in-flight emergency support; and accident and incident investigations.