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General Dynamics to Support US Army Mission Training Complexes

General Dynamics Information Technology has secured a $160-million contract to deliver support services for US Army Mission Training Complexes.

Mission Training Complexes are centers offering leadership, development, integrated functions, security, network, and facilities management courses across the 48 contiguous states, DC, and overseas installations.

Throughout the project, the Virginia-based firm will help the army prepare over 200,000 troops in Mission Training Complexes under the management of the III Armored Corps.

Lessons will include individual and collective subjects that combine live, virtual, and constructive environments to provide soldiers with advanced simulation scenarios.

Alongside training aid, General Dynamics will supply technical and logistical services associated with the program.

“High-quality training is critical to ensuring success in today’s complex and rapidly evolving battlefield environment,” company Defense Senior Vice President Brian Sheridan stated.

“For more than 19 years, we have supported the Army’s mission training complexes with integrated training capabilities. We look forward to continuing to provide modern training services to strengthen its operational and warfighting readiness.”

Mission Training Complex Capabilities Support

The task order is part of the broader Mission Training Complex Capabilities Support II, an initiative bringing modernized training solutions for US Army units undertaking various military courses.

The US Department of Defense signed the $975-million contract for the project in December 2023.

Recent Training Contracts

General Dynamics Information Technology received a $383-million training contract in June 2023 to support the US Navy’s Surface Combat Systems Training Command.

This separate project is preparing more than 100,000 sailors from the navy and allied forces tasked with maintaining, operating, and employing surface combat systems in both land and on-board classroom and simulation settings.

Two months earlier, the company signed a $1.7-billion agreement to deliver advanced simulation platforms to train students at the US Army Aviation Center of Excellence Fort Rucker facility.

The fort trains about 4,000 entry and graduate-level students each year to operate attack, utility, cargo, and training helicopter platforms.

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