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Rockwell Collins to Provide Support for F-22 Displays

By gguarino | April 18, 2013
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The U.S. Air Force issued a four-year $14.3 million contract to Rockwell Collins to provide sustainment services for the cockpit displays on its fleet of F-22 fighter aircraft. 

(Photo, courtesy of Rockwell Collins.)

Under the agreement, Rockwell Collins will train U.S. Department of Defense personnel to perform maintenance, repair and overhaul on F-22 displays. The F-22 integrated avionics and displays feature a complete view of the battlefield, allowing pilots to receive information from intelligence databases on other military aircraft and manage air combat. 

The sustainment contract covers 184 total F-22 aircraft. Training for cockpit display maintenance will be split between the Hill Air Force Base in Ogden, Utah and the Rockwell Collins repair facility in Atlanta. 

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