America's VSE Corp. Awarded NAVSEA Foreign Navy Contracts

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Tuesday, March 04, 2014

VSE Corporation informs that its International Group has received several delivery orders totaling more than $13.4M to continue work performed under its Foreign Military Sales (FMS) Naval Ship Transfer and Repair (N*STAR) contract through the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) International Fleet Support Program. The recent delivery orders awarded under the Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract include:

  • Egyptian Navy Fast Missile Craft (FMC) Post-Delivery Activation, Maintenance and Training
VSE will provide technical, logistic and administrative support on post-delivery activation and reactivation plans for critical systems and subsystems in support of four Fast Missile Craft (FMCs) being delivered to Egypt. VSE will provide in-country support to the Egyptian Navy under this delivery order, which has a period of performance of 13 months and a potential value of $7.6M.
  • Philippine Navy and Marine Corps In-Country Technical Assistance Team
VSE will provide in-country engineering, technical, and logistics support to the Philippine Navy and Philippine Marine Corps for the BRP General Mariano Alvarez costal patrol ship. This includes all on-site coordination and management of repairs, maintenance, and supply support. This delivery order has a period of performance of 12 months and a total value of $2.7M.
  • Bahrain Navy Engineering, Technical and Logistics Support Services
VSE will provide in-country engineering field services and training to the Royal Bahrain Navy in support of their frigate, RBNS Sabha. This includes training, technical assistance and support for shipboard and shipyard maintenance, equipment maintenance and repair. This delivery order has a period of performance of 10 months and a total value of $1.75M.
  • Various Delivery Orders Supporting FMS Customers
VSE will provide a variety of logistics, technical, planning, and engineering services to several foreign navies under various follow-on technical support delivery orders. These delivery orders have a total combined value of $1.5M and a period of performance of approximately 12–15 months.


“VSE and our entire N*STAR Team remain committed to providing superior training and technical services to our foreign navy allies under our NAVSEA FMS contract,” said International Group President Harry Flammang. “These delivery orders allow us to provide vital support to foreign navies to achieve their maritime mission requirements.”

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