Boeing Gets $172.8M For F/A-18E/F Cockpit Monitoring System

The first operational Block III F/A-18 Super Hornet lifts off over Lambert International Airport in St. Louis.
Credit: Boeing
Boeing on Sept. 30 received a $172.8 million contract to install a new pressure and oxygen monitoring system in 78 new Block III F/A-18E/Fs as part of the U.S. Navy’s effort to mitigate potential physiological incidents. The Navy has been working to address hypoxia-like incidents that F/A-18 and T...

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