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Voyager Space Receives $900M Air Force Contract to Support AFLCMC Missions

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Voyager Space Receives $900M Air Force Contract to Support AFLCMC Missions

The U.S. Air Force has awarded Voyager Space an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to support the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Architecture and Integration Directorate.

Under the contract, Voyager Space’s defense business, Valley Tech Systems, will provide products and services that will contribute to AFLCMC/XA’s mission areas, including modeling, simulation and analysis, capability development and development planning, cost analysis and trades, technical risk reduction and test engineering and synthetic and virtual simulation. 

The contract is worth $900 million, Voyager Space said.

Mike O’Brien, president of defense systems at Voyager Space, said the company will also develop open-architecture ISR systems for the Air Force using new and existing technologies. He added that Voyager will work with the broader defense community to solve national security issues.

The award comes after Voyager Space partnered with Airbus Defence and Space to support the development of the Starlab, a NASA-funded commercial space station designed to house scientific experiments in low-Earth orbit. Starlab, slated for launch in 2028, will replace the International Space Station, which is scheduled for retirement in 2031.

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