Army awards IT training support pact

The Army Simulation Training and Instrumentation Command (Stricom) today announced it has awarded a $64 million training support contract to AAI Engineering Support Inc.

Under the Life Cycle Contractor Support pact, AAI, based in Hunt Valley, Md., will support the command, control, communications, computers and intelligence training systems by providing hardware and software maintenance, post-production software support and engineering services. AAI will work with 53 Stricom sites in the United States, Germany, Italy and Korea.

The training systems support simulation exercises such as the Synthetic Theater of War, Army Warfighting Experiments and Force XXI programs.

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