Jacobs Wins $128M to Help AF Develop, Test Weapons; Terry Hagen Comments

JACOBS logo_GovConWireJacobs Engineering Group (NYSE: JEC) has won a potential $128 million contract option to help the U.S. Air Force develop, acquire and test air-launched weapons.

The company has worked with Eglin Air Force Base under the Technical and Engineering Acquisition Support 6 contract since 1986, Jacobs said Tuesday.

Terry Hagen, a Jacobs group vice president, said the company will continue to help research, test and evaluate technology for the Air Force.

Work under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract will also include systems engineering and integration support for test and training range systems and other air combat support systems.

Jacobs also holds a position on a potential $11 billion acquisition support IDIQ with the Coast Guard.

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