Valiant Lands $150M Contract to Help Train Army Special Operations Forces; Dan Corbett Quoted

Valiant Integrated Services will provide training support to the U.S. Army Special Operations Command under a $150 million single-award contract.

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Dan Corbett, CEO of Valiant, said in a statement released Wednesday the company has supported USASOC and other special operations commands since 2005.

“We’re honored to continue our support to this critical mission, and we look forward to delivering the solutions that USASOC has come to rely,” Corbett added.

Valiant helps train 27 brigade combat teams of the Army National Guard through the eXportable Combat Training Capability program as part of a $555 million contract awarded in May 2021. The award follows a three-year, $140 million ANG contract in support of live, virtual and constructive training for troops deployed nationwide.

Herdon, Virginia-based Valiant serves domestic and international defense clients in areas such as training and simulation, engineering and analysis, program management and logistics and sustainment.

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