VSE Gets Navy FMS Delivery Orders for Maritime Support Services

VSE received multiple orders worth a combined $57.4 million from the Naval Sea Systems Command’s International Fleet Support Program Officer during the months of July and August to provide maritime services for 11 foreign military sales clients.

The orders cover procurement, repair and maintenance management, planning, logistics, training, engineering and technical assistance support, VSE said Tuesday.

VSE CEO Maurice Gauthier said the company aims to help U.S. Navy‘s allies address maritime mission requirements.

“Follow-on training and in-country technical support, including critical equipment procurement, are vital to the operations of our allied navies,” Gauthier added.

The company booked the orders during the months of July and August and said it expects work to run from nine to 20 months.

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