Rockwell Collins to upgrade Air Force's B-1B training system

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa, 12 April 2006. Rockwell Collins has entered into a six-year contract worth $95 million to provide concurrency updates, training modifications, and support for the U.S. Air Force's B-1B Training System. According to the contract, Rockwell Collins will support five weapons system trainers, two mission trainers, five cockpit procedure trainers, and 18 maintenance trainers.

Apr 12th, 2006

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa, 12 April 2006. Rockwell Collins has entered into a six-year contract worth $95 million to provide concurrency updates, training modifications, and support for the U.S. Air Force's B-1B Training System. According to the contract, Rockwell Collins will support five weapons system trainers, two mission trainers, five cockpit procedure trainers, and 18 maintenance trainers.

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