MTC earns contract from Air Force Simulator Systems Group

DAYTON, Ohio, 3 Jan. 2006. MTC Technologies, Inc. announced today the company has been awarded a $5.3 million task order by the Air Force Aeronautical Systems Center (ASC).

Jan 3rd, 2006

DAYTON, Ohio, 3 Jan. 2006. MTC Technologies, Inc. announced today the company has been awarded a $5.3 million task order by the Air Force Aeronautical Systems Center (ASC).

Under the contract, MTC will provide the Simulator Systems Group with a wide range of acquisition logistics; financial management; configuration and data management; administrative support; security management; acquisition management; test and evaluation management; engineering support; and subject matter expertise, both for the U.S. Air Force and Foreign Military Sales countries.

Tasks will include, but are not limited to participation on integrated product teams and related activities; analyzing problems; defining alternative solutions; providing recommendations; writing reports; and other specifically assigned work.

The period of performance for the task order is one year; this is the sixth continuous year MTC has provided this support to the Simulator Systems Group. The MTC Air Forces Group's Systems Management Division, based in Dayton, will manage the work.

"The ASC Simulator Systems Group produces vital training solutions for our warfighters, and those from other countries as well, allowing them to prepare for a variety of combat situations," MTC CEO David Gutridge said. "We are extremely proud of being chosen to be a part of delivering these important warfighter solutions."

MTC, through its wholly owned subsidiaries, delivers warfighter solutions involving systems engineering, information technology, intelligence, and program management services primarily to the Department of Defense. MTC employs approximately 2,500 people in more than 40 locations. The company was founded in 1984 and is headquartered in Dayton, Ohio. For more information, see www.mtctechnologies.com.

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