ManTech to support U.S. Army MRAPs in Southwest Asia

FAIRFAX, Va., 4 Feb. 2009. ManTech International Corp. won a contract valued at up to $355 million from the U.S. Army Program Executive Office, Combat Support and Combat Service Support, and TACOM Product Manager for Assured Mobility Systems to provide rapid repair and sustainment of mine-resistant, ambush-protected (MRAP) vehicles. The contract has a one-year base, with a 12-month option period. The contract was awarded by VSE Corp., acting on behalf of the U.S. Army.

FAIRFAX, Va., 4 Feb. 2009.ManTech International Corp. won a contract valued at up to $355 million from the U.S. Army Program Executive Office, Combat Support, and Combat Service Support and TACOM Product Manager for Assured Mobility Systems to provide rapid repair and sustainment of mine-resistant, ambush-protected (MRAP) vehicles. The competitively awarded contract has a one-year base, with a 12-month option period. The contract was awarded to ManTech by VSE Corp., acting on behalf of the U.S. Army.

ManTech will provide maintenance, sustainment, and logistics analysis to the RG31 and RG33 MRAPs. This contract extends current support and expands services to include maintenance and logistics for the RG33 for TACOM.

"ManTech has been supporting mine detection, mine retrieval, and mine protected systems in Southwest Asia since 2003," says Robert A. Coleman, president and COO of ManTech International Corp.

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