BOEING IS MODIFYING the first of as many as 129 Block B MV-22Bs to a common Block C standard under the Common Configuration-Readiness and Modernization (CC-RAM) program. The work will be carried out at the contractor’s production facility near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Marine Corps’ Osprey fleet currently includes 70 hardware and seven different software configurations. The CC-RAM will create a standard configuration for the fleet by 2026. The $57-million contract was released in August 2017.

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