Rolls-Royce has received contracts worth $120.1 million—and with a potential value of more than $600 million—from Naval Air Systems Command, for engine maintenance and support of Marine Corps and Air Force aircraft. A $75-million contract covers logistics support for the manufacturer’s AE 1107C-Liberty engines used in the Marine Corps Bell Boeing MV-22 Osprey and Air Force Special Operations Command CV-22 Osprey tiltrotors. The deal eventually will cover more than 250 aircraft at six ...
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