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...
Brian Everstine

Brian Everstine is the Pentagon Editor for Aviation Week, based in Washington, D.C. Before joining Aviation Week in August 2021, he covered the Pentagon for Air Force Magazine. Brian began covering defense aviation in 2011 as a reporter for Military Times.

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