Vencore to Support Army High Energy Laser System Devt Project via QWK Joint Venture

Vencore will support QWK Integrated Solutions‘ efforts to develop a laser technology for the U.S. Army‘s the High Energy Laser Technical Vehicle Demonstrator project.

Vencore said Wednesday it will provide program management, engineering and testing services under a HEL TVD task order awarded to the company’s QWK joint venture with Kratos Defense and Security Solutions‘ Digital Fusion Solutions.

The Army aims to deploy a high-energy laser weapon system designed to help warfighters protect themselves against mortars, artillery and rockets.

The task order was awarded through the Army’s Design, Development, Demonstration and Integration Domain 1 contract and covers work on the project’s concept refinement phase.

D3I is a multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract worth up to $3 billion and offers a means for the military branch to procure technology design, development, demonstration and integration support services.

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