Boeing signs contract for RAAF F/A-18 tech publications

written by australianaviation.com.au | April 19, 2010
photo - Dept of Defence
photo - Dept of Defence

Boeing Defence Australia (BDA), has been awarded a three year contract worth $4.5 million to provide the RAAF with support for F/A-18 Hornet technical publications.

The contract is an extension of the current agreement which has seen Boeing, as the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of the F/A-18, provide technical publication services including management, production of amendments and additional support tasks as required to the RAAF since 2005.

“By working in partnership with the RAAF’s Tactical Fighter Systems Project Office (TFSPO), Boeing Defence Australia has been able to deliver responsive and innovative solutions,” said Scott Marosek, BDA’s senior manager for Global Services & Support – Australia Technical Support. “Our highly skilled and supportive team is committed to delivering the best outcome for TFSPO. We look forward to continuously improving our working relationship to ensure world class technical publication services for the RAAF’s F/A-18 fleet over the next three years.”

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