The U.S. Air Force has awarded Gulfstream Aerospace a seven-year, $594.4 million contract to provide aftermarket support—“contractor logistics support services” in military nomenclature — for C-20 (GIII) and C-37 (GV/G550) fleets operated by the USAF, as well as the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, Army, and Coast Guard. The contract was awarded competitively, Gulfstream said.
Under the contract, Gulfstream’s support team and service centers will provide worldwide support for missions that range from USAF, Coast Guard, and Army special airlift for senior military leaders and government officials to Navy and Marine Corps long-range, medium-airlift logistics missions.
“We are honored to continue our support for this vital government program,” said Gulfstream president Mark Burns. “We value the U.S. military’s ongoing trust in our ability and commitment to support the Gulfstream fleet. The success of our customers’ critical missions is the driving focus of every member of the contractor logistics support team.”