Bechtel-Led Team Awarded $108M Air Force Flight Simulation Facility Support Extension

Bechtel-Led Team Awarded $108M Air Force Flight Simulation Facility Support Extension
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An industry team led by Bechtel will continue to help the U.S. Air Force maintain flight simulation test facilities at Arnold AF Base in Tennessee under a $108.3M contract modification.

National Aerospace Solutions will support capital improvement, operations and technology development at the Arnold Engineering Development Complex, the Department of Defense said Monday.

NAS includes Sierra Lobo and GP Strategies as Bechtel's main teaming partners and nLogic and Chugach Federal Solutions as subcontractors. The consortium assists the Air Force in efforts to modernize AEDC processes.

The modification will run through June 30, 2021, and brings the overall contract value to $1.32B.

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