Secure GDIT contract to enhance US military training standard

General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) has received a $160 million mission order from the Orlando Military Command to provide essential training support services, enhancing the readiness of the U.S. military in today’s evolving battlefield landscape.

Awarded as part of the indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity Mission Training Complex Capabilities Support II (MTCCS) contract, the work order demonstrates GDIT’s commitment to providing training solutions tailored to the demands of modern warfare.

Mission training complexes serve as hubs where Soldiers and entire units train, including individual mission information systems training, collective combat personnel training, and simulation exercises. With a mandate to train more than 200,000 Soldiers at the U.S. Army’s III Armored Corps mission training complexes, GDIT will integrate live, virtual and simulated environments to simulate a variety of scenarios.

The US military invests heavily in simulation and training systems to properly prepare its personnel. Its largest education segment is projected to be land simulation and education, at $137.2 billion, according to GlobalData.US Defense Market 2023-2028” report.

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From GlobalData

Brian Sheridan, GDIT senior vice president of defense, emphasized the role of training in navigating the multifaceted challenges of today’s battlefield. He stated, “High-quality training is critical to ensuring success in today’s complex and rapidly evolving battlefield environment. For more than 19 years, we have supported Army mission training complexes with comprehensive training capabilities.”

The contract expands GDIT’s defense training portfolio across the US Department of Defense. With recent notable contract wins including a $1.7 billion flight school training contract and a $383 million naval training contract.

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