Boeing receives $400M contract to keep B-1, B-52 bombers flying

Dec. 31 (UPI) — Boeing was awarded a $ 400 million contract by the Defense Department for engineering services on B-1 and B-52 strategic bombers.

The contract, announced on Friday, covers recurring and non-recurring services. The B-1 has been in service since 1986, while the B-52, nicknamed the Stratofortress, was first introduced in 1955. Specific work, covered by a $ 35 million award as part of the contract and to be finished by Dec. 31, 2019, will be done at Tinker AFB, Okla.; Edwards AFB, Calif.; Barksdale AFB, La., and at Boeing’s Oklahoma City, Okla., facility.

The Air Force Life Cycle Management office at Tinker AFB is the contracting agency.

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