Army contracts with Anteon to support simulation centers

Army contracts with Anteon to support simulation centers

By Dawn S. Onley

GCN Staff

FEB. 8—The Army has awarded a nine-year contract with a potential value of $47 million to Anteon Corp. to provide operational and administrative support for battle simulation centers.

Under the firm-fixed-price contract, Anteon, of Fairfax, Va., will support III Corps Battle Simulation Centers, including enhancing software for specialized applications.

Anteon must maintain a range of simulation models, including ones for brigade and battalion battles, battle training and joint intelligence.

Work will be performed at Fort Hood, Texas; Fort Carson, Colo.; Fort Riley, Kansas, and international locations.

Anteon will support distance-learning initiatives, distributing simulations to remote sites from Fort Hood mainframe computers via both T-1 and dial-up communications, company officials said.

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