STRICOM Training Program Adds 17 Companies

STRICOM Training Program Adds 17 Companies

The Army has selected 17 companies for a third set of training activities within its $4 billion, eight-year program to revamp training and simulation services.

The Army's Simulation, Training & Instrumentation Command Omnibus Acquisition contract is divided into four disciplines, or lots.

The awards announced Jan. 25 were for lot III, the virtual domain, for replication of actual warfighting equipment, systems and munitions with the capability to execute individual, crew and collective training, experimentation and rehearsal in a specific environment.

All the military services may use the STRICOM contract to purchase training and simulation systems and services. The Naval Air Warfare Center Training System Division, Orlando, Fla., is the contracting activity for lot III.

Two earlier contract lots, Constructive and Live, were awarded in September and December 2000, respectively.

Selected for the lot III contract were:

*Aegis Technologies Group Inc., Huntsville, Ala.

*AAI Corp., Cockeysville, Md.

*BAE Systems, Flight Simulation and Training Inc., Tampa, Fla.

*The Boeing Co., Seattle

*Computer Sciences Corp., El Segundo, Calif.

*ECC International Corp., Orlando

*Evans & Sutherland Computer Corp., Salt Lake City

*Lockheed Martin Corp., Bethesda, Md.

*L3 Communications Holdings Inc., New York

*Metters Industries Inc. Orlando

*Motorola Inc., Schaumberg, Ill.

*NLX Corp., Sterling, Va.

*Raydon Corp., Daytona Beach, Fla.

*Research Triangle Institute, Research Triangle Park, N.C.

*Science Applications International Corp., San Diego

*TRW Inc., Cleveland

*United Defense Industries Inc., Arlington, Va.

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