HII Secures $79M Air Force Task Order for Airmen Training Support
HII’s Mission Technologies division has secured a five-year, $79 million task order from the U.S. Air Force for aircrew training support. The task order was awarded under the Air Force’s Training Systems Acquisitions III contract.
HII will enable persistent and distributed training of aircrews in support of the Mobility Air Force Distributed Mission Operations organization. The company will use its live, virtual and constructive capabilities to support joint and combined exercises.
The support services that will be delivered will include network engineering, cybersecurity and logistics, HII said Thursday.
The contractor will also operate and maintain MAF DMO’s Distributed Training Center and Distributed Training Center Network to ensure connectivity and interoperability between Air Force major commands. The work will also support global aircrew training systems.
Andy Green, the president of HII Mission Technologies, a Potomac Officers Club member and a 2022 Wash100 winner, said the company’s team will deliver LVC solutions and network operations to ensure that servicemen will be properly trained and ready to execute mission objectives. Glenn Goodman, president of the division’s LVC Solutions business group, shared that optimal network performance is key to providing accurate and safe training.
HII’s Mission Technologies division offers artificial intelligence, C5ISR, LVC solutions, unmanned systems and platform modernization capabilities. The division is located in McLean, Virginia.
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