Valiant Integrated Services has received a five-and-half-year contract to support the US Army’s Korea Battle Simulation Center (KBSC).
The contract is valued at up to $119m if all options are exercised.
Valiant supports KBSC in conducting training in South Korea, Japan, and other locations in the Indo-Pacific region.
The training services provided by the company include the application of constructive and virtual modelling and simulation.
The firm also helps in planning and coordination of joint and combined training.
Valiant Integrated Services CEO James Jaska said: “We’ve been honoured to provide mission preparedness support services to the KBSC for nearly 30 years and are pleased to be able to continue bringing fresh and innovative approaches and support to this important customer as critical missions continue to adapt and change.
“This programme remains an important part of our robust training portfolio and I’m proud of our ground training solutions team for their exceptional track-record of meeting the most complex needs of our customers.”
The contract will see the firm support the KBSC in activities such as planning, coordinating, and executing training.
Valiant’s team is experienced in doctrine, training methodologies, model federation, data analysis, and local and wide-area networking.
The contract will include a 30-day transition period before the company starts full performance from 1 October.
KBSC provides theatre-level, manual and computer-assisted training exercises including battle simulation training and live virtual gaming capabilities.