A joint venture involving Memphis-based Crew Training International will get a crack at a new set of training contracts with a $20.9 billion ceiling.
The joint venture, Quadrant Training Solutions, LLC in Orlando, will be in the running for individual orders for design, development, production, installation, analysis, integration, test and sustainment services under the U.S. Air Force’s Training Systems Acquisition III program. That program provides aircrew training systems in “support of warfighter training at operating locations worldwide.”
“The TSA III task order award is an important win for us,” said Alan Mullen, CTI’s CEO, in a news release. “This award opens up numerous contract opportunities for Quadrant’s joint venture partners to support the United States Air Force with the resources to effectively and efficiently train personnel.”