Triumph to Support Boeing Vertical Lift Sustainment Depot Program

Triumph will provide repair and overhaul services for Boeing’s AH-64 Apache combat helicopter engine-driven pumps, to ensure continued supply of hydraulic power to critical flight controls and utility functions on the aircraft By DA Reporter / 17 Jun 2021

Triumph Group has signed a repair and overhaul services agreement with Boeing for engine driven pumps on the AH-64 Apache combat helicopter.

The contract extends through 2024 and supports the Boeing Vertical Lift Sustainment (VLS) Depot Program, which provides the U.S. Army with lifecycle support of the Apache.

“As the supplier of the Apache engine driven pump, Triumph’s participation in the VLS Depot Repair Program helps improve operational readiness of the fleet while also reducing total ownership cost,” said Scott Ledbetter, President of Triumph Actuation Products & Services operating company. 

“This agreement reflects a long-term commitment to our customer, and we are pleased that Boeing recognizes the continued value we can provide throughout the product lifecycle.”

Designed and manufactured by Triumph, the engine-driven pumps supply hydraulic power to critical flight controls and utility functions on the aircraft. 

Triumph’s in-house MRO business works hand-in-hand with the engineers who designed the pumps, providing the most reliable and cost-effective aftermarket support.

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