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Air Force logistics work for VSE

Oct. 4, 2012 at 11:03 AM   |   Comments

ALEXANDRIA, Va., Oct. 4 (UPI) -- The U.S. Air Force's prepositioned equipment program in Guam is to continue to receive management and technical service support from VSE Corp.

The new task order to VSE's International Group, awarded through the General Service Administration's Logistics Worldwide Schedule, is for five years and is worth more than $13.1 million.

International Group said support it will continue to provide for War Reserve Materiel and Base Expeditionary Airfield Resources in Guam, part of Pacific Air Force Command's area of operations, includes project and product management and planning, technical engineering and logistics support.

Similar services are provided to PACAF Air Logistics Operations Centers in Hawaii and South Korea.

"We are very pleased to have been selected by Headquarters, Pacific Air Force (Command) to continue providing support for the maintenance, storage and reconstitution of BEAR assets within the PACAF area of operations," said International Group President Harry Flammang.

"Since 2004, VSE has successfully maintained nearly 400 increments of BEAR assets in Guam, and we look forward to supporting this important program in the coming years."

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