Valiant Integrated Services has received a potential 30-month, $124 million task order to help the U.S. Army National Guard prepare service units to execute mission-type tactics.
The company said Monday it will use live, virtual and constructive methods to support the military branch’s Mission Command Training Support Program and offers a range of services aimed at helping ARNG leaders meet objective requirements.
Contractor-hosted MCTSP training activities take place at regional facilities while services are provided to 3,200 ARNG facilities. The Herndon, Virginia-based government services provider has supported the program since 2018.
“This award aligns with our strategy to drive growth by building on our core programs like MCTSP, and we’re honored ARNG has again chosen Valiant as its partner in preparing today’s soldiers for the complex challenges of tomorrow,” said Valiant CEO Dan Corbett.