“We are honored to again be chosen by Boeing to help support its U.S. Navy customer on the F/A-18 program,” said Jacques Comtois, vice president and general manager of L-3 MAS. “Our re-selection to support this vital platform is a testament to our past performance and our ongoing commitment to flawless execution, continuous improvement and long-term partnerships. We look forward to deepening our long, mutually beneficial relationship with Boeing.”
The new contract with Boeing is for one year with four option years. L-3 MAS will provide depot-level R&O services that will include inspection, corrosion control, major component repair and/or replacement and modification of the F/A-18 OWPs.
About L-3 MAS
L-3 MAS, a division of L-3’s Integrated Systems Group, is among Canada’s leading providers of aircraft life-cycle extension services, aircraft in-service support services and aerostructures to government and commercial customers. L-3 MAS is headquartered in Mirabel, Quebec, and employs 900 people at operating centres across Canada and in Williamtown, Australia. L-3 MAS’ aerostructures business centre offers turnkey solutions in component design, systems integration, prototyping, manufacturing, repair, and overhaul and certification. To learn more about L-3 MAS, please visit the company’s website at www.L-3com.com/mas.
About L-3 Communications
Headquartered in New York City, L-3 employs approximately 51,000 people worldwide and is a prime contractor in C3ISR (Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) systems, aircraft modernization and maintenance, and national security solutions. L-3 is also a leading provider of a broad range of electronic systems used on military and commercial platforms. To learn more about L-3, please visit the company’s website at www.L-3com.com.
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