FIDELITY WINS E-2C CONTRACTOR OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE SERVICE CONTRACT

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The Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) awarded to Fidelity Technologies Corporation a Contractor Operation and Maintenance Services (COMS) contract for the E-2C platform of training devices. Under the contract, which is valued at $5.85 million over five years, Fidelity will be responsible for all labor, materials, consumables, equipment, tools, test equipment, and transportation required to maintain the training systems and associated equipment in fully operational condition.

The training devices are located at Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC), Point Mugu, California and Naval Station (NS), Norfolk, Virginia.

The E-2C COMS contract was issued as a task order under the Fielded Training Systems Support Services (FTSS II) Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity Contract. The contract start date is April 1, 2006. If all renewable options are exercised, contract services will continue through March 31, 2011.

The E-2C Hawkeye is an integral part of the U.S. Navy’s carrier air wing. A carrier-based tactical warning and control system platform, the E-2C provides all-weather airborne early warning and command and control functions for the carrier battle group. The Hawkeye carries three primary sensors: radar, IFF, and a passive detection system.

The training platforms at NBVC Point Mugu and NS Norfolk include a fully-simulated replica of the E-2C cockpit on a six-degree of freedom motion system to train operational flight training to pilot and co-pilots. Other devices provide tactical training to combat information officers, air control officers, and radar operators for the E-2C weapons systems.

Fidelity Technologies Corporation provides services and products to Government clients in the areas of simulation and training, field support services, military and aerospace manufacturing, and meteorological products and systems. The Field Services business unit has more than fifteen years experience providing contractor support services at military bases throughout the United States.