HII’s Mission Technologies receives $995M contract
Will advise, assist U.S Air Forces in Europe-Air Forces Africa
Newport News-based Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc.’s Mission Technologies division has received a $995 million contract to advise and assist the U.S Air Forces in Europe-Air Forces Africa, the company announced Wednesday.
The indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity, multiple-award contract has a one-year base and four one-year option periods. Under the contract, HII’s McLean-based Mission Technologies will perform information analyses, evaluations, recommendations and training across the U.S. European Command and U.S. Africa Command areas of operation in support of policy development, decision-making, management, administration and systems operations.
“This award continues to expand HII’s support to USAFE-AFAFRICA in their role to deter aggression and deepen relationships with our allies and partners across Europe and Africa,” HII Mission Technologies President Andy Green said in a statement. “Our team brings extensive knowledge and expertise critical to this mission, and we are honored to be selected as one of USAFE-AFAFRICA’s industry partners.”
Wednesday’s award follows others HII has received in April, including a $1.3 billion contract to Mission Technologies to provide a large-scale network of medical, rotary and fixed-wing solutions to support U.S. African Command’s Warfighter Recovery Network.
U.S. Air Forces in Europe-Air Forces Africa is an Air Force major command and a component of EUCOM and AFRICOM. It is headquartered at Ramstein Air Base in Germany.