CASS Professional Services and Omega Aerial Refueling Services have won positions on a $900.08 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to support domestic and international defense customers in transferring fuel from a tanker to another aircraft.
The two companies will vie for task orders to provide air-to-air refueling support to initial qualifications and refresher reading training programs and supporting fleet exercises for military pilots, the Department of Defense said Thursday.
Six proposals were submitted to the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division for the contract via a competitive solicitation process. NAWCAD expects contractor-owned, contractor-operated services to be complete in July 2026.
Thirty-five percent of work will take place at West Coast fleet area control and surveillance facility ranges, 25 percent at East Coast FACSFAC ranges, another 35 percent will occur at Marine Corps training ranges and the remaining 5 percent at different sites outside the continental U.S.
Contract services will support the Department of Navy’s fleet and test customers, DOD agencies, government contractors and foreign military sales clients.