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VSE continuing FMS ship transfer and repair work

March 5, 2014 at 3:23 PM   |   Comments

ALEXANDRIA, Va., March 5 (UPI) -- Naval ship transfer and repair work performed by VSE Corp. under the U.S. Foreign Military Sales program is continuing.

The Virginia-based company says the continuing work is being performed under delivery orders issued through the U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command International Fleet Support Program and worth more than $13.4 million.

The work includes providing technical, logistics and administrative support on post-delivery activation and reactivation plans for critical systems and sub-systems in support of four Fast Missile Craft being delivered to Egypt.

VSE will provide in-country support for 13 months under the order.

Under other indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity awards, VSE will provide in-country engineering, technical, and logistics support to the Philippine Navy and Philippine Marine Corps for a coastal patrol ship; and provide in-country engineering field services and training to the Royal Bahrain Navy in support of a frigate, RBNS Sabha.

Logistics, technical, planning, and engineering services to several foreign navies under various follow-on technical support delivery orders will be provided to other, unidentified, countries, the company said.

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