IAP to Support Overseas Army Fixed-Wing Aircraft Operations Under $72M Contract

IAP Worldwide Services has won a potential $72 million contract to support overseas intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance pilot and flight operations of the U.S. Army‘s Fixed Wing Project Office.

The company said Friday it partnered with Avenge to perform work under the contract awarded through the Rapid Response Third Generation vehicle.

“With more than 30 years of combined experience, the IAP and Avenge teams are proud to support the Army Aerial Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance Fixed Wing Fleet,” said Michael Bozeman, vice president of IAP’s aviation and engineering solutions business.

The Army Fixed Wing Project Office is headquarted at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, and oversees the procurement and management of fixed-wing ISR special electronic mission aircraft for the service branch.

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