FAIRFAX, Va., March 4 (UPI) -- The U.S. Air Force has contracted ICF Inc. to provide curriculum support for aircraft and munitions maintenance training.
U.S. company ICF was awarded a task order to work as a subcontractor for Science Applications International Corp., which is a prime contractor supporting training initiatives at the Air Force Advanced Maintenance and Munitions Officer School.
Under the four-year, $4.1 million contract, ICF will provide curriculum development and other services for AMMOS graduate-level aircraft and munitions maintenance training as part of an Air Force Air Combat Command Contracted Advisory and Assistance Services contract vehicle.
"The ICF team comprises exceptionally qualified subject-matter experts with extensive Air Force logistics backgrounds," Bill Bain, ICF senior vice president and defense line-of-business leader, said in a statement.
"Our program manager and team of instructors have worked together for the past eight years to provide an ideal mix of instructional and logistics functional expertise, AMMOS experience and information technology know-how."