Kratos to train Saudi naval forces
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions will provide training-related products and services to the Royal Saudi Naval Forces (RSNF) under a task order announced on 17 July.
The order, placed by the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division, was issued against a US Foreign Military Sales sole-source, three-year, single award IDIQ contract.
Jose Diaz, Sr, vice president of Kratos' Training Division, said: ‘This award expands our ability to continue to support the RSNF’s commitment to the transformational goals of the Ministry of Defence as it modernises its growing naval fleet. It is another example of the rapid international expansion of our training services in areas including the Middle-East, Australia and Europe.’
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