Quick Facts about Warfighter FOCUS (Field Operations Customer Support)
Customer: U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEO STRI)
Contract Type: 10-year single-award Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contract
Period of Performance: November 1, 2007 – October 31, 2017
Objective: To provide flexible, resource-effective and state-of-the-art training support to U.S. and coalition Warfighters where and when it’s required across live, virtual and constructive (LVC) training environments
Locations Supported: 600 (manned and unmanned) worldwide
Number of Army Training Devices Maintained Worldwide: 340,000
Contract Ceiling Value: $11.2 billion
Customer-Reported Cost Savings: $500 million
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Raytheon Technical Services Company LLC, a subsidiary of Raytheon Company, from its Warfighter FOCUS Program Management Office in Orlando, Fla., leads a diverse and fully vetted 7,000-member team of industry professionals and qualified suppliers from more than 140 companies to deliver a comprehensive, flexible and internally competitive menu of training solutions that leverages proven technologies, integrated logistics support and expert engineering services to military and other government customers worldwide at more than 600 sites.
The Raytheon-led Warfighter FOCUS team is known as the Warrior Training Alliance, or WTA.
Warfighter FOCUS training, logistics and engineering solutions support includes:
- Training exercises and operations
- Maintenance support for all training and range systems
- Courseware development and platform instruction
- Engineering support for life-cycle support of training and range systems
- Management oversight and administrative support for teammate activities
- Supply support for all government-owned property and material
Live training is conducted in a physical environment such as a firing range or maneuver area.
Virtual training takes place using simulators to create realistic training experiences.
Constructive training uses computer models and game-like simulations.