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Cobham Mission Systems awarded NAVAIR F/A-18 oxygen concentrator contract

Posted 8 December 2020 · Add Comment

Cobham Mission Systems announced today it has been awarded a new contract from the US Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) for its GGU-12 oxygen concentrator and CRU-99 oxygen monitor to equip the new production deliveries for the F/A-18 aircraft.

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“In support of the Navy, and as a provider dedicated to protecting the warfighter, Cobham appreciates this continued show of confidence in the performance of our oxygen life support equipment,” said Jason Apelquist, SVP business development and strategy, Cobham Mission Systems. “For over four decades, we have been a recognised leader in providing safe, quality and highly reliable oxygen concentrators for the Navy, including third-party confirmation that our systems meet today’s strictest performance requirements to safely and reliably serve the warfighter and the F/A-18 fleet.”
 
Cobham Mission Systems GGU-12 oxygen concentrator and CRU-99 oxygen monitor are part of the company’s extensive family of recognised industry-leading aviation life support components. Since the 1970s, the company has played a key role as an early innovator working closely with the world’s aerospace leaders, creating new aircraft component technologies and solutions to keep pilots safe, healthy and at optimal performance to ensure success for their most critical missions.

Today, Cobham Mission Systems is continuing to maintain ongoing advancements in life support products and collaborating with partners and manufacturers to provide avanced solutions. The company’s proven reliability and market leadership have resulted in Cobham Mission Systems providing components on four of the world’s newest military aircraft.




 

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