U.S. Army Europe partners with L-3 for simulation, training

The 7th Army Training Command has awarded a $74.6 million contract to L-3 Communications Inc.'s Titan Group for support simulation, training and military exercises for the U.S. Army in Europe.

Titan Group will provide constructive simulation support for eight Battle Command Training Centers in Germany, Italy and other locations. The company also will provide technical support for exercises at the Warrior Preparation Center. Titan Group's Technical and Management Services Division will perform the work.

L-3 also will support battle simulation exercises in areas such as Partnership for Peace, Mission Rehearsals, NATO training and sustainment training of deployed units at remote locations in the European Command Area of Operations.

The focus of work will be the operation and use of computer-based battle simulation systems to support the training and exercise requirements of both active and reserve component commanders and their staffs at the platoon through senior command level.

Doug Beizer is a staff writer for Government Computer News' sister publication Washington Technology.

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Doug Beizer is a staff writer for Federal Computer Week.


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