CALIBRE Named Prime on Nearly $500M Army Training IDIQ; Martore Comments


Joe Martore, CALIBRE

CALIBRE has won one of four prime positions on the U.S. Army training support system enterprise contract.

The five-year, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a $490.9 million ceiling.

Contractors will provide networked, integrated and interoperable training and mission rehearsal capabilities.


CALIBRE will deliver training services and solutions in five major task areas:

  • sustainable range program
  • battle command training centers
  • soldier training support program
  • combat training centers
  • training development support programs

“CALIBRE has strategically focused on building our training support services capabilities to support growing soldier requirements, ” said Joe Martore, CALIBRE’s president & chief executive officer.

“We provide long-term value, innovation and an in-depth understanding of the training environment. This award is further confirmation of CALIBRE’s ability to win the major contracts from our key customers that will support our growth strategy and continue to enhance shareholder value.”

Previous contract coverage:

August 4: Booz Allen Named Prime on close to $500M Army Training Support IDIQ

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