Erickson Incorporated, a foremost operator, maintainer, and manufacturer of utility aircraft, just won an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, multiple-award contract as a subcontractor to Metson Marine Services, Inc. The Naval Undersea Warfare Center Operational Support Services for Ocean Testing Contract will be performed at government locations based on each individual task order, all over the world. Completion is expected by June 2025. Details 5-year IDIQ contract with three awardees $22,950,296 estimated total value Erickson scope focused on fixed and rotary wing services Scope includes torpedo recovery, range clearing and special test aircraft “This contract builds on a long history of Erickson support to the U.S. Navy. We are thrilled to be working with Metson Marine Services and are honored to be trusted with this critical U.S. Navy Mission,” Kevin Cochie, VP and General Manager Defense and National Security, Erickson.
Erickson Incorporated, a foremost operator, maintainer, and manufacturer of utility aircraft has announced that the United States Department of Defense awarded Erickson Inc and other Non-defense agencies, the NAAMTA Global Medical Transport Accreditation. NAAMTA Auditors completed a systematic audit of company policies and procedures, safety and quality management processes, medical personnel and policies, aviation and maintenance personnel and policies, associated equipment, training, and facilities. The audit verified compliance through employee interviews, process reviews, and on-site evaluations, all of which were conducted using ISO 9001:2015 auditing guidelines. NAAMTA accreditation is recognized and approved by the US Department of Defense and the US Department of Veteran Affairs. Standards Of Excellence By attaining NAAMTA Accreditation, Erickson Incorporated demonstrated its expertise and dedication to safety and patient care and meets the requirements of their government contract. NAAMTA Global accreditation is based on standards of excellence that focus on the fundamental elements of medical transport and incorporate the principles of transport safety and quality management. High Operational Safety NAAMTA is honored to count Erickson Incorporated as a new member of the NAAMTA Global Alliance" “The strict professionalism and high level of attention to detail and thoroughness exhibited by Erickson Incorporated was witnessed throughout their entire operations. Erickson exemplifies the goals accreditation brings to the medical transport industry—high operational safety and an increase to the quality of patient care.” “Erickson Incorporated’s ability to meet the medical transport needs in austere and remote areas of the world speaks to their commitment to their customer base. NAAMTA is honored to count Erickson Incorporated as a new member of the NAAMTA Global Alliance in providing lifesaving excellence.” Nancy Purcell, NAAMTA Global Director of Clinical Operations. Aerial Support “Saving lives is our purpose at Erickson. Our aircrews have been performing medical evacuation services for the U.S. military and partner nations for decades. Our aircraft have transported hundreds of patients, saving scores of lives. Over the last year, we have served as the lifeline in the Philippines and West Africa for DoD personnel and host nation partners.” “We’ve provided the aerial support for emergent casualty evacuation needs as well as administrative delivery of critically needed PPE in response to the COVID pandemic. NAAMTA accreditation is the next natural step to demonstrate our expertise and we are excited to serve our DoD customers with even greater capability and competence.” Kevin Cochie, Vice President and General Manager of Defense and National Security, Erickson
Erickson Incorporated, a leading operator, maintainer, and manufacturer of utility aircraft was awarded a contract with the United States Navy, Fleet Readiness Center Procurement Group, Patuxent River, Maryland. The kits, aircraft recovery, augmentation, components, and engines (KRACEn) multiple-award contract will provide aircraft maintenance services and support. Work includes modification kit build and installations; recovery of downed aircraft; repair of aircraft and components; overhaul of engines; and contractor logistics support. The estimated cumulative aggregate ceiling for all contracts is $6,106,000,000 and work is expected to be complete by April 2030. "We are thrilled to have won this chance to continue our support to the Navy and Marine Corps on KRACEn. The Navy and Marine Corps know Erickson for the exceptional depot-level work we have done on their H-53 fleet. We hope to build on that reputation and expand our service offerings to other platforms." Kevin Cochie, VP of Defense and National Security Erickson.
Erickson Incorporated, a worldwide renowned operator, maintainer, and manufacturer of utility aircraft, has been recognized as a Top 10 Defense Manufacturing Provider for 2019. Defense manufacturing “We are an aircraft OEM that has much of the same capabilities of the larger OEMs, such as Lockheed and Boeing, when it comes to defense manufacturing and MRO capabilities (maintenance, repair, and overhauling), yet with the agility of a small business,” said Kevin Cochie, Vice President and General Manager of Defense and National Security at Erickson Incorporated. Erickson Incorporated has mastered the art, business, and science of operating commercial aircrafts and meeting the needs of the DoD (Department of Defense) customers alike. With an expertise in managing evolving military and FAA standards, Erickson cross utilizes operational lessons learned in all client interaction. Transforming legacy aircrafts to modern systems Erickson Incorporated’s ability to meet unique customer requirements, while transforming legacy aircraft to modern systems, is a product of their industry-renowned experience and expertise. Adding to Erickson’s strength and capabilities is a large population of former military personnel. More than half of the workforces in Erickson’s ‘Defense & National Security’ business unit are veterans.
Erickson Incorporated, a worldwide renowned operator, maintainer, and manufacturer of utility aircrafts, has been awarded a seat on the U.S. Transportation Command’s (TRANSCOM) US$ 5.7 billion contract, to perform airlift services for the United States Armed Forces (USAF). TRANSCOM contract The TRANSCOM contract provides Federal Aviation Regulation Part 135 airlift services for fixed and rotary-wing aircrafts, used to transfer Department of Defense and Federal personnel, cargo for domestic and international shipments, supplies, ancillary support services, and equipment. We are grateful to receive an award on the Worldwide Airlift Support Program (WASP)" “We are grateful to receive an award on the Worldwide Airlift Support Program (WASP) and look forward to continue serving the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). Using non-standard aviation (NSAV) that leverages commercial air for DoD operations in expeditionary environments is a proven model for efficiently and effectively supporting the warfighter,” said Doug Kitani, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Erickson Incorporated. Worldwide Airlift Services Program (WASP) Erickson Incorporated is one of 17 firms selected, awarded under the Worldwide Airlift Services Program (WASP). Work will be performed globally over the next five years, with an expected completion date of November 11, 2024. “Erickson Incorporated’s long history in providing high-quality logistical movement, casualty evacuation (CASEVAC), and personnel recovery (PR) aerial services to TRANSCOM has proved to be a combat multiplier around the globe for decades and we look forward to continued service for years to come,” said Kevin Cochie, Vice President of Defense and National Security at Erickson Incorporated.
Erickson Incorporated, the operator, maintainer, and manufacturer of utility aircraft announce their first flight with the H225 Super Puma, adding to their fleet of rotary wing and fixed-wing platforms. Flight management system The Airbus H225 Super Puma’s lift performance combined with an advanced flight management system will bring great capability to Erickson and the Department of Defense. As Erickson continues to innovate and expand their solutions, this is the first announcement of many, for how they plan to service the Defense vertical. “This aircraft is an investment in our business and a commitment to our customers to bring superb performance to their growing requirements. Erickson has a long legacy of serving the Department of Defense and we are ecstatic to add this platform to our compliment of rotary wing and fixed wing platforms serving our nation around the globe.” – Kevin S. Cochie, VP & GM, Erickson Defense and National Security.