ASRC Federal Field Services has secured a contract from the US Air Force (USAF) to support the 71st Flying Training Wing, located at Vance AF Base in Oklahoma.
The contract will see ASRC provide operating support services.
Valued at approximately $457m, the contract has a base period of one year and an additional four one-year option periods.
Furthermore, it has the possibility for two additional one-year incentive option periods.
Under the contract, the ASRC Federal Field Services team will provide operations and maintenance services.
These services include communications, information technology, publishing management, installation management, inventory and supply management, transportation, fire and emergency services.
ASRC Federal president and CEO Jennifer Felix said: “We are privileged to continue supporting base operations services at Vance Air Force Base, furthering our commitment to the US Air Force and its critical missions.
“Every day, our skilled and dedicated team works to maintain vital base operations and create a safe training environment for the professional airmen. It is an honour to be trusted with this work.”
The 71st Flying Training Wing’s mission is aimed at developing professional airmen and to deliver expert pilots and deploy mission-ready warriors.
It is part of Air Education and Training Command (AETC), the training and professional education command in the Air Force.
Last month, ASRC Federal won a potential five-year, $457.5m contract from the USAF to execute base operation support services at Vance AF Base.