PKL Services Awarded Contract to Support Republic of Singapore Air Force F15SG Aircrafts
PKL Services Awarded Contract to Support Republic of Singapore Air Force F15SG Aircrafts

PKL Services Awarded Contract to Support Republic of Singapore Air Force F15SG Aircrafts

PKL Services Inc., Poway, California, has been awarded a $13,757,191 firm-fixed-price modification (P00008) to contract FA4897-18-C-2002 to continue providing military aircraft F15SG maintenance and operations training. This contract provides for the Republic of Singapore Air Force training on F15 aircraft, and includes both maintenance and operations on the F15 aircraft. Work will be performed at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, and is expected to be completed Sept. 30, 2022. Foreign Military Sales funds in the full amount are being obligated at the time of award. The U.S 366th Financial Acquisition Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, Idaho, is the contracting activity.

F-15SG is an advanced variant of the US Air Force’s F-15E Strike Eagle multi-role fighter aircraft developed by Boeing. It is intended to strengthen air defence and strike capabilities of the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF).The Government of Singapore signed a $1.6bn contract with Boeing for 12 F-15SG fighter aircraft to replace the RSAF’s retired A-4SU Super Skyhawk attack aircraft, in December 2005. The first F-15SG was rolled out in November 2008 and delivered in May 2009. Singapore, which is very secretive regarding its military, has also not disclosed the number of F-15SGs it has acquired, although a count of the airframes seen so far would indicate that it has 40 aircraft if these latest eight are included.

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F-15SG fighter jets from the 428th Fighter Squadron at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, taxi from the runway at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz., July 7, 2015. Ten of the fighter jets arrived to train at D-M until Aug. 24 while MHAFB’s runway is closed for maintenance. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Chris Drzazgowski/Released)
F-15SG fighter jets from the 428th Fighter Squadron at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, taxi from the runway at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz., July 7, 2015. Ten of the fighter jets arrived to train at D-M until Aug. 24 while MHAFB’s runway is closed for maintenance. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Chris Drzazgowski/Released)

The F-15SG is one of the most advanced F-15 models currently in service, being equipped with the Raytheon AN/APG-63(v)3 active electronically scanned array radar and Lockheed Martin’s Sniper targeting pod. F-15SG multi-role tactical fighter aircraft has 15 weapon stations to carry a range of conventional and precision stand-off weapons based on the mission requirements. The aircraft can be armed with up to eight AIM-120 or AIM-9X air-to-air missiles when deployed in air-to-air attack mission and 15,500lb laser-guided bombs or Maverick air-to-surface missiles in air-to-ground roles. It also carries an internal General Dynamics M-61A1 20mm Gatling gun on the right-wing.

PKL Services, Inc. is a global provider of skilled personnel for aerospace services specializing in aircraft maintenance, training, logistics, program management, leadership development, as well as engineering and manufacturing. Headquartered in Poway, CA, PKL Services, Inc. was founded in 2003 by Mr. Samuel Flores, Jr. Sam is a retired US Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel with extensive experience in Logistics and Supply Chain Management as well as executive experience as a Vice President at CACI International. With tremendous experience in fixed wing, rotary wing, and tilt rotor aircraft maintenance, PKL provides quality personnel and expert services to meet customer goals.

PKL Services Awarded Contract to Support Republic of Singapore Air Force F15SG Aircrafts
Republic of Singapore Air Force key leaders, 366th Fighter Wing leaders and local civic leaders pose for a photo Aug. 18, 2016, at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. The leaders attended the first-ever F-15SG Fighter Weapons Instructor Course graduation ceremony during their visit. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Chester Mientkiewicz/Released)
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