CAE, Wyle to Help Train US Air Force Aircraft Crews Under $275M IDIQ

Air ForceCAE USA and Wyle Laboratories have received an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with a combined value of $275 million to train U.S. Air Force crews on flying various types of aircraft.

The companies will develop initial, recurrent and instructor aircrew training for 43 types of aircraft, the Defense Department said Thursday.

Wyle and CAE USA will perform work in California and Florida through Sept. 30, 2022.

Training services will also be performed overseas under the foreign military sales program.

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