CSRA was awarded a $38.5 million contract, tasked with upgrading various models of U.S. Navy and Foreign Military Sales H-60 Seahawk helicopters.
The company will design, fabricate, assemble and support rapid prototyping and system installation modifications to the H-60 aircraft.
“Naval H-60 aircraft are undergoing critical modifications to meet the warfighters’ needs,” said Nick Trzcinski, CSRA’s Vice President for Navy & USMC. “The U.S. Navy is providing new, technically-advanced systems to upgrade this aircraft with features unavailable when they were first fielded. CSRA is proud to support this crucial effort.”
The work will be performed at CSRA’s New Bern, North Carolina facility, as well as primary government locations that include Naval Base Coronado, California and Naval Station Norfolk, Virginia.
“With this award, CSRA will continue its decades-long, uninterrupted support for the H-60 Fleet Support Team,” said Ken Deutsch, CSRA’s Executive Vice President for Defense. “CSRA is honored to continue this legacy for Naval Aviation and the Seahawk platform.”
CSRA is currently working on upgrades to the U.S. Marine Corps. AV-8B Harrier II short takeoff, vertical landing jet aircraft. That task order was awarded to support the AV-8 Fleet Support Team at Fleet Readiness Center East, Cherry Point, North Carolina.