USAF Awards DCS Engineering Change Proposal Worth $7.9M

Jim Benbow, DCS Corporation

Jim Benbow, DCS Corporation

DCS Corp. has been awarded an Engineering Change Proposal for KC-46A Mission Planning under the Mobility Air Forces Delivery Order on the U.S. Air Force’s Mission Planning Enterprise Contract II, according to an Aug. 4 company release.

Work on the MAF KC-46A ECP will occur during a 26-month period at DCS offices in Nashua, New Hampshire, and Lexington Park, Maryland, and is valued at approximately $7.9 million.

MPEC II provides aircraft mission planning systems for the U.S. Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps.

DCS will provide mission planning software development and integration to create a Joint Mission Planning System mission planning environment for the KC-46A aircraft.

The KC-46A effort builds upon other DCS-developed JMPS MPEs for the C-5, KC-135, KC-10 CNS/ATM, C-130J Block 6, C-130J Block 8.1, C-17 Blocks 15-20, and C-130 SCNS Block Cycles 7 and 8 platforms as well as the Global Flight Planning Tool for user access to the Advanced Computer Flight Plan system.

Related: DCS Corp. Wins BPA to Support U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command

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