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US S&T technologies target FMS customers

21st June 2021 - 16:14 GMT | by Trevor Nash in Holsworthy


Cubic is to supply Georgia with a new Combat Training Centre. (Photo: Cubic)

The US Army International Programs Office has announced the latest round of FMS programmes, with the majority being delivered over the next 18 months.

During his presentation on 17 June at the Training & Simulation Industry Symposium in Orlando, Dale Whittaker, Project Lead at PEO STRI’s International Programs Office (IPO), announced more than $132 million in new FMS programmes.

The role of the IPO is to ‘build partner capacity through the delivery of training devices, systems, services, and logistics support to United States’ strategic foreign partners through the Security Assistance Enterprise in order to strengthen our nation's global security and defense capabilities’.

Supporting 67 countries across the globe, the total value of contracts awarded currently stands at $3.7 billion.

The new programmes vary

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Trevor Nash


Trevor Nash

After a career in the British Army, Trevor Nash worked in the simulation and training …

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