Gulfstream Wins USAF Contract Modifications Written 9 February 2023


Gulfstream C-37A. | Credit:  Wikimedia Commons; CC BY-SA 2.0

Aviation International News reports that the US Air Force “plans to fly its Gulfstreams for a while longer.” On January 27, the Air Force “announced that Gulfstream Aerospace had been awarded a variety of contract modifications to support the service’s fleet of C-20 and C-37 (Gulfstream III, IV, V, and 550) models.” The modifications “have a combined value of $124 million.” The awards include an $87 million modification “for contract logistics support services, bringing the cumulative value of the contract to $594 million, and $37 million for C-20 and C-37 engineering support contract services, bringing the cumulative value of that contract to $612 million.” The work will be “performed in Savannah, Georgia; at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland; Hickam Air Force Base in Hawaii; and Ramstein Air Base in Germany.” The work is being “contracted by the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma.” The comparatively newer C-37As (GV) and C-37Bs (G550) “are based at the 89th Airlift Wing, 99th Airlift Squadron, at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland; the 15th Airlift Wing, 65th Airlift Squadron at Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii; and the 86th Airlift Wing, 76th Airlift Squadron at Ramstein Air Base, Germany.”
Full Story (Aviation International News)