The Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC), Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Agile Combat Support Directorate, Simulators Division, has selected Nakuuruq Solutions, LLC as one of the prime small business contractors on the $20.9 billion Training Systems Acquisition III (TSA III) contract. Nakuuruq will now be able to bid on delivery orders under this ten-year multiple award, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract.
The company will compete to offer lifecycle management for aircrew, maintenance and systems-specific training systems on a global basis. Requirements encompass analysis, design, development, production, installation, integration, test, database generation and sustainment of training systems for fighter, bomber, cargo/airlift/tanker, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), and special operations that include helicopter platforms.
“Nakuuruq is proud to continue our support of the Simulators Division at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in its mission to ensure our nation’s warfighters are the best trained anywhere,” said Nakuuruq President, Don Atwell.
Training and simulation tasks under this contract comprise a broad array of topics, from aircraft operations, weapons employment, and navigation, to command and control. The simulation systems deliver the full range of required training from individual and aircrew events in a single aircraft to large-scale, theater specific, composite force mission rehearsal training.
Nakuuruq prides itself on the close, highly disciplined working relationships it holds with each of its government customers. Our project managers and subject matter experts (SMEs) understand that affordability and system reuse issues begin at pre-acquisition.
Our engineering teams understand the business value of integrating subsystem models into established architectures for analysis and streamlined technology tradeoffs. We continually co-evaluate with our customers engineering designs, technical and logistical data or impact on training requirements. We work closely with senior customer test managers on metrics analysis and status products at all levels of the Trainer Integrated Product Team. Our manufacturing teams are represented at every critical stage of the trainer and simulator development process. Our project managers are steadfast in their commitment to escalating levels of quality through each concurrency modification to final system retirement.
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