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Wyle Wins $47M for Army Missile and Close Combat Weapon Services

Wyle logo_GovConWireWyle has been awarded  a $46.8 million contract by the US Army for various missile and close combat weapon systems services.

Under the task order, Wyle will provide technical, logistics, programmatic and field engineering services for the Army’s Reliability Information Analysis Center, Wyle announced Monday.

The contract will support the Precision Fires Rocket and Missile Systems Project Office, Program Executive Office, Missiles and Space and the Close Combat Weapon Systems Project Office at the Army’s Hunstville, Ala.-based Redstone Arsenal base.

Wyle will support missile and weapon systems such as the Tube-launched, Optically-tracked, Wire guided missile, High Mobility Artillery Rocket System, and the Missile Launch Rocket System.

Wyle will lead a team of Huntsvilla, Ala-based small businesses including Eleit, Tec-Masters, Inc. and the Cherokee Nation Red Wing in completing the work.

As part of the contract, Wyle intends to  develop new fielding processes for the weapons systems including quality control processes and checklists to assure each system is optimized.

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