Army seeks EMARSS-V training module

On March 13, the U.S. Army posted a sources sought notice for the addition of an Enhanced Medium-Altitude Reconnaissance & Surveillance Systems – Vehicle and Dismount Exploitation Radar (EMARSS-V) training module to the existing EMARSS – Multi-Intelligence New Equipment Training (NET) manuals (Solicitation Number: W58RGZ-16-C-0013). Responses are due on March 17.

The United States Army Aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM), Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, anticipates a requirement to add an EMARSS-V training module to the existing EMARSS-M New Equipment Training (NET) manuals.  The contractor’s training courses shall target five groups of soldiers, namely pilots, operators, supervisors, maintenance personnel, and staff planners and leaders.  The training shall be conducted IAW TRADOC 350-70, with all disciplines training concurrently in an operational venue with a culminating exercise integrating all occupational specialties into mission events that replicate system employment in theater.

The contractor shall provide all training courses as part of NET.  The contractor shall conduct NET at up to three (3) Government-directed sites (three (3) separate events).  The contractor shall train operators on overall operations of the EMARSS-M, EMARSS-G and EMARSS-V variants.  The purpose of this announcement is to gain knowledge of interest, capabilities and qualification of businesses to compete and perform a cost-reimbursement type contract.  This announcement supports the Federal Acquisition Regulation Part 10 Market Research requirement.

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Source: FedBizOpps