General Dynamics Secures Spot on $260 Million Army Deal

General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) secured a spot on the Army’s Combined Arms Center Fort Leavenworth Support Services program ID/IQ.

The deal carries a potential value of $260 million over five years for all awardees.

According to the firm, “General Dynamics will provide support for key Army training programs across 18 broad functional areas.”

“General Dynamics’ in-depth experience in providing training solutions and support to the U.S. Army in fields ranging from Mobile Operations on Urban Terrain instrumentation to wargaming and simulation services to on-site and classroom-led instruction will power a dedicated commitment to the Combined Arms Center, Fort Leavenworth and the fulfillment of its objectives, ” said Zannie Smith, senior vice president for General Dynamics Information Technology’s Army Solutions Division.

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