KBR to continue USMC logistics support
KBR will support the US Marine Corps (USMC) worldwide under a $530 million contract announced on 5 June.
The IDIQ contract covers worldwide maintenance and supply chain services for the USMC Blount Island Command.
KBR will provide a full range of logistics services to support three USMC prepositioning programmes: the Maritime Prepositioning Ships programme, Marine Corps Prepositioning programme - Norway and the Marine Expeditionary Unit Augmentation programme Kuwait.
Services will include corrective and preventive maintenance, modifications, and care of supplies in storage for equipment at locations around the world. KBR will primarily perform this work at Marine Corps Support Facility Blount Island in Jacksonville, Florida, as well as in Kuwait, Norway, and on 12 prepositioned ships in the Asia-Pacific and Diego Garcia regions.
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