The United States Navy named Elbit Systems of America subsidiary, M7 Aerospace LLC, as one of the companies selected for the Contracted Maintenance, Modification, Aircrew and Related Services (CMMARS) program.
The CMMARS program covers logistical support and maintenance for various Navy and other U.S. Department of Defense aircraft for all phases of the acquisition life cycle. The multiple companies selected by the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division will compete for individual orders for the U.S. Navy and Air Force under this contract vehicle.
"Being selected on the CMMARS contract is a testament to the trusted partnership both M7 Aerospace and Elbit Systems of America has developed with the U.S. Navy," said Raanan Horowitz, President and CEO of ESA. "We're honored to continue providing innovative solutions to keep U.S. service members safe, so they can continue their important missions."
"Our goal is always to reduce operating and support costs, while achieving optimum asset readiness and mission performance for our customers," said Chris Hickey, Vice President of Sustainment and Support Solutions at ESA. "We look forward to providing our high level of expertise and experience to the U.S. Navy and others under CMMARS."
M7 Aerospace provides contractor logistics support, modifications and upgrades and aerospace engineering services to military and commercial aviation customers, both national and international. M7 Aerospace is located at the San Antonio International Airport.
For 25 years, Elbit Systems of America employees have been entrusted to perform high-quality work that helps to protect and save lives. In addition to providing advanced electro-optical and precision targeting solutions, the company also provides situational awareness and information fusion capabilities for our nation's military and commercial pilots and border patrol agents; sustainment and support solutions for aircraft and ground vehicles; and life-saving medical instrumentation technologies.
Source: Elbit Systems Ltd.
Date: May 17, 2019