Vital Link Gets $229M Air Force Noise Suppressor Sustainment Contract

Vital Link has won a potential $228.8M contract to help the U.S. Air Force repair, refurbish and relocate noise suppressors.

The company will provide sustainment services at various USAF locations worldwide through Nov. 5, 2029, the Department of Defense said Monday.

The service branch received one offer for the contract through a competitive solicitation process.

Sealy, Texas-based Vital Link operates as a subsidiary of Atec and produces hush houses, noise suppressors, steel structures and industrial equipment.

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