Team Veteran Corps Wins Major Air National Guard Contract
O'FALLON, Ill., June 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The General Services Administration (GSA) has named Team Veteran Corps as their selection to provide Mobile Emergency Operations Center (MEOC) Search and Rescue equipment to the United States Air National Guard Readiness Center (ANGRC)/Civil Engineering Division. The ANGRC/Civil Engineering Division is responsible for all facets of equipment acquisition and maintenance in support of key Air National Guard (ANG) missions such as fire and emergency services and explosive and chemical detection and mitigation. The MEOC is a towable unit and is designed to be fully functioning and capable in different operational environments.
The contract has a potential value of $140M over the five-year performance period and supports the ANG mission in all 54 states and territories, including all Air National Guard installations. In this major undertaking, Veteran Corps is teaming with key partners Federal Resources and North American Customs Specialty Vehicles.
"Team Veteran Corps is well-poised to provide outstanding support to the Air National Guard. We recognize the critical services and defense the Guard provides for our citizens, and stand ready to provide that same level of commitment to service and excellence in our partnership with them," said Bill Wheeler, President and CEO of Veteran Corps.
Veteran Corps (http://www.veterancorps.com), based in O'Fallon, IL with offices in Fairfax, VA, is a premier provider of high-quality Homeland Security, Information Technology (IT), and office related services and products. Under the leadership of William Wheeler, President, and John Wheeler, Vice-President, the company has established an enviable track record of performance and growth. 2011 marked the company's second consecutive year on INC. Magazine's roster of the 500 fastest growing privately held companies in the U.S.
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SOURCE Veteran Corps