ManTech will provide full lifecycle maintenance services for the U.S. Army’s mission-critical platforms and vehicles under a potential five-year, $862 million task order.
The company said Wednesday it will offer assistance to the military branch’s program executive office for combat support and service support through the Allied Logistics Engineering Capabilities and Sustainment program.
David Hathaway, executive vice president and general manager of defense sector at ManTech, said the company has nearly 20 years of experience in backing ground vehicle readiness and delivering ‘cradle-to-grave’ sustainment, logistical and maintenance support to help ensure combat readiness for multiple vehicle families.
“Our team of experts located across the globe have the know-how to apply sophisticated innovation that gives U.S. Forces and international partners the highest level of readiness in demanding, austere environments,” Hathaway added.
Tank-automotive and Armaments Command builds, manufactures and sustains the Army’s fleet of ground vehicles worldwide.