Firefighter training

The Naval Air Systems Command needs mobile aircraft firefighting training devices to provide rescue and live fire training to Navy and Federal Fire Service personnel at its Training Systems Division in Orlando, Fla. It is looking for commercial, non-developmental devices to be used in training for aircraft crash rescue and firefighting.

Bidders must provide a written technical proposal with verifiable information to support the requirement that they have commercially manufactured and sold a mobile aircraft fire trainer in the last four years, which meets government requirements. Responses are due July 15. Contact Lisa Wormser at lisa.wormser@navy.mil.

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