Textile Aircraft Arresting System

Agency: Department of the Air Force
State: Georgia
Level of Government: Federal
  • 17 - Aircraft Launching, Landing, and Ground Handling Equipment
Opps ID: NBD00159429931114248
Posted Date: Sep 30, 2017
Due Date: Sep 29, 2017
Solicitation No: FA853317R30903
Source: Members Only
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Added: Jul 10, 2017 9:24 am Modified: Sep 29, 2017 7:11 am Track Changes

The Textile Aircraft Arresting System (TAAS), is a onetime emergency use (consumable) overrun aircraft arresting system (AAS) designed for use with tail hook equipped fighter aircraft, or non- hook equipped aircraft when coupled with a net barrier engaging system such as the MA-1A Barrier or Barrier Arresting Kit-15 (BAK-15) Barrier Net. TAAS is used to support emergency arrestments of tail hook equipped fighter aircraft as well as trainer T-38 aircraft. TAAS is a secondary aircraft braking system available in case of failure of a successful engagement by the primary aircraft arresting system (AAS) i.e., BAK-12 or Mobile Aircraft Arresting System (MAAS). The system utilizes the tear strength of interwoven nylon straps to provide the energy absorption capability necessary to stop the forward motion of troubled aircraft.

The US Government does not own or have access to the data rights to comepte this requirement thus it is the intent of the US Government to procure this from the OEM ZAS/ESCO as a sole source acquisition.

Procurement will be for Basic year and 4 options years. Best Estimated Quanatities for this procurement are 23 various units in the basic year and 10 various units in each option year.

Contracting Office Address :
215 Page Rd
Robins AFB, Georgia 31098-1611
United States
Primary Point of Contact. :
Harold L. Dugger
Phone: 4782221861

Related Document

Jul 10, 2017[Presolicitation] Textile Aircraft Arresting System
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