Alion to Update Marine Corps Weapons Logistics Processes; David Russell Comments

Alion-logo_GovConWireAlion Science and Technology has received a $47 million task order to refresh the U.S. Marine Corps’ weapons logistics processes in an effort to help the client address operational challenges.

The company said Thursday it will work to develop performance standards and technology to help commanders and program managers assess weapon system condition and predict system failures.

“Alion has provided [Headquarters Marine Corps Installations and Logistics] with product support modernization services for six years and is excited to continue this very important work, ” said David Russell, senior vice president and manager of Alion’s rapid solution group.

Alion added it will build on its previous logistics integration and maintenance work to carry out the new task order.

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