New Ahtna Logistics Task Order Under IDIQ Contract with Northrop Grumman: Mission Training Complex Capabilities Support (MTCCS)

Published August 2018

As a subcontractor to Northrop Grumman, Ahtna Logistics, LLC was recently awarded a subcontract to support the III Corps task order under the IDIQ Mission Training Complex Capabilities Support (MTCCS) contract at Fort Hood, Texas and Fort Riley, Kansas. This task order is an award of a Base Period plus four (4) potential Option Years.

Team Northrop Grumman, with Northrop Grumman as the Prime Contractor and Ahtna Logistics as one of the five subcontractors, provides Mission Command Training to the highest possible standard. The US Army uses the Mission Training Complex (MTC) at each Fort to better prepare Army units for their worldwide missions. Both of these MTCs host a variety of training systems allowing training for just a few to several hundred Soldiers. Team Northrop Grumman will provide effective training and training support per Army standards in classrooms, Reconfigurable Tactical Operations Centers (RTOCs), and throughout the Live, Virtual, Constructive and Gaming Integrated Training Environment (ITE). These training events include, but are not limited to: Day-to-Day Operations, Training Support, Security Management, Technical Support, Communications, Systems/Models In Support of MC Training and Exercises, and Training. Training includes; individual, small-unit/virtual, battalion/brigade-level medium exercises, and large, multi-echelon exercises centered on Brigade to Corps-levels. Ahtna Logistics employees will provide information technology (IT) support and training expertise to the various electronic systems at the MTCs, enabling challenging and realistic scenario training, which keeps our nation’s military at its best.