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FRC East’s customers

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FRC East’s workload

CH-53

  • 200 Navy and Marine Corps activities
  • 31 foreign nations
  • 5 U. S. Air Force activities
  • 3 U.S. Army activities
  • 2 other federal agencies

 

As a service provider specializing in support of Marine Corps aircraft, engines, and components, FRC is the only source of repair within the continental United States for many jet engines and rotary wing engines, as well as turbofan vectored thrust engines. Emerging workload includes the F-35 Lightning II, the UH-1Y Venom and the AH-1Z Viper.

 


 

 

 Engine
  • Vertical/Short Takeoff or Landing (V/STOL):  AV-8B Harrier and V-22 Osprey
  • Rotary Wing:  AH-1 Cobra, UH-1 Huey, H-46 Sea Knight, various H-53 helicopters
  • In-service Repair:  EA-6B Prowler, H-2 Sea Sprite, H-3 Sea King, H-60 Seahawk, C-130 Hercules
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicle/Remotely Piloted Vehicle: Assigned Depot Maintenance
     Manager for Logistics
  • Depot Repair Point for the drive and rotary systems of the MQ-8B Fire Scout
  • T58 engines used in the H-46 Sea Knight and the SH-3 Sea King helicopters
  • T400 engines that powers the UH-1 Huey utility and the AH-1 Cobra attack helicopters
  • F402 engines that give the AV-8 Harrier its unique vectored thrust flight capability; and the T64 engine that drive the H-53 helicopter
  • The command repairs more than 18,200 components; supporting 178 type/model/series of aircraft
  • Auxiliary power units and gas turbine compressor engines

 
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