F3EA Wins $245M Army Special Ops Forces Support Contract

Jeff Brody

Combat training and management services provider F3EA has won a potential seven-year, $245M contract to help train U.S. Army special operations forces.

F3EA will also provide prototyping, operations, rehearsal and requirements analysis support as part of the cost-sharing, cost-plus-fixed-fee and firm-fixed-price contract, The Department of Defense said Wednesday.

The Army Contracting Command received 10 bids for the procurement effort via the internet and will determine funds and performance locations upon issuance of each individual order.

DoD expects contract work to conclude by Jan. 14, 2027.

F3EA is a service-disabled veteran-owned company headquartered in Savannah, Ga., and offers mission support, training and security services to the military and intelligence sectors.

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