Engility will help the U.S. Army carry out mission command training at its Korea Battle Simulation Center, the company announced Thursday.
The Chantilly, Va.-based pure-play services provider received a potential four year, $69 million contract through a competitive process.
CEO Tony Smeraglinolo said in a release the company’s goal is to help the center provide a realistic, immersive and integrated training environment.
The center also is part of the U.S. pacific engagement strategy and the country’s strategic alliance with South Korea, he added.
Work will include C4ISR stimulation and simulation, exercise planning and execution, simulation and models training, battle visualization and after action reviews.
The company will also provide subject matter expertise and event analysis.