CACI to assist Army with battle command training

Simulation exercises geared for brigade and battalion staff

CACI International Inc. will assist the Army with its efforts to train battle command staff under an $8.7 million contract.

Under the contract, CACI will furnish simulation tools and services for training exercises at Army installations that will prepare headquarters staff for battle, the Defense Department said April 14. The training will address the needs of active and reserve combat and support components at brigade and battalion levels, the announcement states.

The work will be conducted at five locations in the United States, the announcement states.

The Mission and Installation Contracting Command is the contracting activity. It is responsible for planning and administering contracts for equipment and services that support Army commands, units and other organizations.

 

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