Raytheon Company has been awarded a one-year, $74 million option on its Live Training Program with the U.S. Army Program Executive Office – Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation (PEO-STRI). The contract option allows the company to continue providing life cycle contractor support for tactical engagement, instrumentation and range training devices and systems for the Live Training Program. The award is the fourth of seven one-year options under an eight-year contract. The contract was awarded in 1999 for an overall value of $414 million.
Raytheon will continue providing operations and maintenance; logistics and engineering; and software support of instrumentation, scoring systems, Tactical Engagement Simulation (TES) and other equipment, as well as training analysis and feedback, scenario development operations, operation reviews and battlefield effects. Work will be performed at the National Training Center at Ft Irwin, Calif.; the Combat Maneuver Training Center at Hohenfels, Germany; the Joint Readiness Training Center at Ft. Polk, La.; two Area Weapon Scoring System sites-Fort Hood, Texas and Grafenwoehr, Germany; 12 TES repair sites; and five additional sites in the United States that support TES training.