Elbit Tapped By DynCorp For U.S. Army Aircraft MRO

Credit: C-26: USAF
Elbit Systems of America is set to reap up to $176 million over six years as a subcontractor to DynCorp International to provide life-cycle contractor support for the U.S. Army’s C-26 and UC-35 fleet of transport aircraft. DynCorp outsourced to San Antonio-based M7 Aerospace, a wholly-owned...

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