Valiant Integrated Services has secured a potential $555 million contract to help U.S. Army National Guard units gain operational readiness skills through an instrumented field training program.
The company said Tuesday it will aim to prepare 27 brigade combat teams for service requirements under the eXportable Combat Training Capability program.
XCTC exercises include soldier preparations for the Army Combat Training Center rotations, which are live training activities that last for 21 days and cover platoon live-fire events and maneuvers.
Dan Corbett, CEO of Valiant, said the award signifies the company’s ability to provide live, virtual and constructive training services to military personnel.
The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract follows work the company performed under ANG’s Mission Command Training Support Program over the past three years.