Valiant Integrated Services has secured a $67 million contract to help U.S. European Command facilitate joint service training events within the EUCOM and U.S. Africa Command areas of responsibility.
The five-year contract will include non-personal work to assess military exercises and analyze lessons learned from the readiness efforts, Valiant said Tuesday.
Analytical services are for the EUCOM Joint Training and Exercise Program, Joint and Individual Staff Training Program and the Joint Training System.
Dan Corbett, CEO of Valiant, noted the company has developed training platforms in support of EUCOM’s Joint Training and Exercise Directorate over the past six decades.
“We look forward to maintaining our vital role to improve the warfighting readiness of our joint force in coordination with our allies and partners,” Corbett added.
The U.S. Army’s Theater Contracting Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany, issued the contract.