Kratos receives Saudi training task orders
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions has received two additional task orders to provide training support to the Royal Saudi Naval Forces (RSNF), the company announced on 16 July.
The foreign military sales IDIQ contract has been awarded by the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division.
The task orders include training programmes that are designed to sustain levels of military readiness and performance, increase the protection of critical industrial infrastructure and further strengthen defence interoperability with US and other allied forces.
Kratos will provide a range of instructional services for a wide range of missions, functions and tasks including surface operations and maintenance, damage control and English language training.
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