Army taps A-T Solutions for asymmetric warfare assistance

Oct. 30, 2013 at 11:57 AM   |   Comments

WASHINGTON, Oct. 30 (UPI) -- The U.S. Army's Asymmetric Warfare Group and Training and Doctrine Command are to receive essential services and technology systems support from A-T Solutions.

A-T Solutions, which specializes in counter-terror solutions, said the contract it received from the Army is worth $64 million but it did not provide details on its length.

The contract calls for the company to provide a broad range of services and technology systems support including expertise, training and education services in asymmetric warfare; assistance in identification of asymmetric gaps and capabilities; logistics planning; information management and technology; weapon maintenance support, and administrative assistance.

It will also analyze asymmetric threats, intelligence and collected materials and assist the Asymmetric Warfare Group in coordinating and synchronizing current operations and provide operational support for training exercises.

"We're extremely honored to have this opportunity to provide mission-critical services and support to the Asymmetric Warfare Group, which plays such a vital role in the fight against global terrorism," said Dennis Kelly, president and chief executive officer of A-T Solutions.

"Our team looks forward to leveraging its relevant knowledge and experience with a broad range of defense and intelligence organizations in the U.S. and with allied nations to support our work with the U.S. Army and Joint Forces worldwide in their mission to successfully predict, mitigate, counter and defeat asymmetric and emerging hybrid threats."

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