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FAAC Incorporated receives US Army $14M subcontract

Source : Military Simulation & Training Magazine

DiSTI uses an Airbus/Eurocopter EC-145, the commercial variant of US Army Air National Guard’s UH-72 Lakota airframe, in virtual maintenance trainer scenario. Image credit: DiSTI.

FAAC Incorporated, a unit of Arotech Corporation’s Training and Simulation Division, received a subcontract to support the U.S. Army Training Aids, Devices, Simulators and Simulations (TADSS) Maintenance Program (ATMP). The subcontract to ATMP prime contractor, Lockheed Martin Corporation Rotary and Mission Systems, is currently valued at up to $14 million over seven years. The first support period through June 2019 has been fully funded with six option periods to cover the remaining period of performance.

FAAC Incorporated will provide technical expertise and staff maintenance positions of various skill levels at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri; Camp Shelby, Mississippi; and Camp McCain, Mississippi. On-site personnel will be tasked with supporting Army TADSS at those locations. In addition, as part of Lockheed Martin’s core ATMP team, FAAC will have the opportunity to bid on supporting other simulator upgrade/improvement efforts above and beyond the scope of the current support subcontract.

ATMP, a program under the Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEO STRI), will provide worldwide maintenance support for TADSS, Digital Ranges and Combat Training Center Instrumentation Systems.

Reprinted from MS&T Online 2018-2019 with permission of MS&T Magazine. Copyright 2018-2019. All rights reserved.

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