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Under this contract modification, Raytheon will manufacture and deliver the AN/TPY-2 Radar #11 with associated spares and three forward-based prime power units with associated spares.
The engines are being packaged with generators to create 265 kW prime power units that provide an economical interim solution at exploration and production sites in the Dakotas, Wyoming and Montana, until grid power is brought in.
Indeed, for the past decade, United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) engineers and prime power units have regularly conducted missions ranging from providing domestic disaster relief operations to providing power to state-of-the-art antimissile systems.
The Puerto Rico detachment conducted utility assessments and determined electric load requirements so that prime power units could establish generator farms and USACE could establish permanent sources of power for this key operating base.
In the event that one of the prime power units fails, the backup unit will immediately start, come up to speed, synchronize with the running generator and accept load.
The F18 engines are being packaged with generators to create 265 kW prime power units that provide an economical interim solution at exploration and production sites in the Dakotas, Wyoming and Montana, until grid power is brought in.
The Prime Power Unit (PPU) is an air- and highway-transportable, trailer-mounted 1.
The 249th Engineer Battalion, the only prime power unit in the Army, is comprised of professional Soldiers who are the theater's technical experts on commercial-grade medium-voltage power.