Anteon Buys SIGCOM

Anteon Buys SIGCOM

Anteon Corp. acquired the training systems division of SIGCOM Inc. of Greensboro, N.C. The purchase price was not disclosed. The deal is Anteon's fifth acquisition in four years.

SIGCOM's training systems division provides simulation systems used by military and government organizations, including the Army, Navy Seals, FBI, SWAT teams, British Special Forces and NATO troops.

The division designs, develops and integrates training systems that generate realistic urban battlefield scenarios. A site at Fort Polk, La., developed by SIGCOM, is considered the most sophisticated training facility of its type in use today.

The division has been awarded contracts recently, valued at more than $25 million, to provide seven new urban training facilities over the next two years.

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