Triumph Group’s Actuation Products & Services operating company will provide hydraulic utility actuation valves (HUAVs) to Lockheed Martin to support F-35 Lightning II fleet readiness at the Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Cherry Point.
Over the next five years, Triumph’s Clemmons facility in North Carolina will provide engineering and material support for the program.
Triumph has provided original equipment and aftermarket HUAV parts for the F-35 program since 2014, and began working with Lockheed Martin to provide HUAV aftermarket parts for military depot operations in 2020.
“We are excited to expand our support of the F-35 program and support MCAS Cherry Point and the U.S. fighters who expect and demand fleet readiness,” said Scott Ledbetter, President of Triumph Actuation Product & Services operating company.
“Our Clemmons team will provide exceptional service to Lockheed Martin and their Marine Corps customers over the next five years. We look forward to expanding our relationship with Lockheed Martin to support future depot opportunities.”
The Clemmons site is an original equipment manufacturer and a certified repair station that provides full engineering development and support services on-site. The site’s products include actuation, pumps and motors for commercial and military aircraft.