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With over 4,000 highly skilled and extremely knowledgeable experts in the aerospace maintenance, repair & overhaul (MRO) and technical services sector, Fleet Readiness Center East (FRCE) operates over 1.9 million square feet of production, engineering and administrative space to provide MRO on aircraft, engines, & components and in-service support for Marine Corps and Navy aircraft. As the only depot dedicated primarily to supporting Marine Air, FRCE is a major provider for Marine Corps aircraft readiness - producing over four million direct labor hours each year. Its unique authorities as the Department of Defense Vertical Lift Center of Excellence and Navy working capital fund activity allow FRCE to enter into special arrangements that provide substantial value for program managers and its aerospace industrial partners. Its $1 billion in annual revenue and $400 million payroll make FRCE a significant contributor to the Eastern North Carolina economy.

Recognized as a leading institution in MRO and engineering innovation, FRCE’s personnel are guided by their devotion to servicing to the Fleet Marine Forces and building solutions for difficult readiness problems for Marines and Sailors throughout the globe.

Our mission is to maintain and operate facilities for and perform a complete range of depot level rework operations on designated weapon systems, accessories, and equipment; manufacture parts and assemblies as required; provide engineering services in the development of changes of hardware design; furnish technical services on aircraft maintenance and logistic problems; and perform, upon specific request or assignment, other levels of aircraft maintenance.

 

With over 4,000 highly skilled and extremely knowledgeable experts in the aerospace maintenance, repair & overhaul (MRO) and technical services sector, Fleet Readiness Center East (FRCE) operates over 1.9 million square feet of production, engineering and administrative space to provide MRO on aircraft, engines, & components and in-service support for Marine Corps and Navy aircraft. As the only depot dedicated primarily to supporting Marine Air, FRCE is a major provider for Marine Corps aircraft readiness - producing over four million direct labor hours each year. Its unique authorities as the Department of Defense Vertical Lift Center of Excellence and Navy working capital fund activity allow FRCE to enter into special arrangements that provide substantial value for program managers and its aerospace industrial partners. Its $1 billion in annual revenue and $400 million payroll make FRCE a significant contributor to the Eastern North Carolina economy.

Recognized as a leading institution in MRO and engineering innovation, FRCE’s personnel are guided by their devotion to servicing to the Fleet Marine Forces and building solutions for difficult readiness problems for Marines and Sailors throughout the globe.

Our mission is to maintain and operate facilities for and perform a complete range of depot level rework operations on designated weapon systems, accessories, and equipment; manufacture parts and assemblies as required; provide engineering services in the development of changes of hardware design; furnish technical services on aircraft maintenance and logistic problems; and perform, upon specific request or assignment, other levels of aircraft maintenance.