March 22, 2005 (by Lieven Dewitte) - AAR Corp., a provider of overhaul and manufacturing services for the aviation industry, announced it received a contract from the Air Force to overhaul selected augmentor module components for Pratt & Whitney F100 engines.
The contract is for a one-year program with four one-year renewal options and has a potential value of $18.3 million over five years.
According to the contract, AAR
will remanufacture the components and return them to Tinker Air Force Base in ready-to-use condition. The components include divergent nozzle segment seals, convergent nozzle segment seals, and divergent segment assemblies applicable to Pratt & Whitney F100 engines.
The Pratt & Whitney F100 engine is one of the main powerplants for the United States Air Force F-15 and F-16 tactical jet-fighters.