M7 Aeropace to provide life cycle support for the U.S. Army C-26 & UC-35 aircraft
FORT WORTH, Texas. DynCorp International officials selected M7 Aerospace, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Elbit Systems of America, LLC to provide Life Cycle Contractor Support (LCCS) for the U.S. Army's C-26 and UC-35 aircraft fleet.
M7 Aerospace and Elbit Systems of America will work closely with their partner, DynCorp International, to provide LCCS services for the C-26 and UC-35 aircraft. These include aircraft modifications and upgrades, site and depot-level maintenance and material management.
The contract is worth an estimated $25 million for one-year base period. It also has five single year option periods, bringing the total contract value up to $176 million. The services will be managed from the San Antonio, Texas facility.