Lockheed Named to $2.5B Army IDIQ for Soldier Support Services

The U.S. Army Forces Command has selected Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) to be one of 13 companies on a five-year indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with a cumulative ceiling value of $2.5 billion. The contract is part of an operations, planning, training and resource support services effort.

Lockheed will provide these services to soldiers in the U.S. and overseas. The company will support:

  • Flight operations, including airfield and unmanned aerial vehicles
  • Deployment and reset requirements
  • Force protection programs
  • Mobilization planning and execution
  • Range training
  • Modeling and simulation

“Planning, training and logistics are critical components for mission readiness, ” said Carey Smith, vice president of technical services, Lockheed Martin global training and logistics.  “Lockheed Martin is proud to continue providing these affordable support services to the Army.”

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