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Dynetics Selected for AMRDEC Weapons Development Support

September 21, 2017:

Dynetics, Inc. was selected for a five-year, $159 million contract to support the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center’s (AMRDEC) Weapons Development and Integration Directorate (WDI) through the General Services Administration’s One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS).

 

The WDI task order will provide for design, development, prototyping, fabrication, assembly, modeling and simulation of radio frequency, millimeter wave, electro-optical/ infrared, laser and acoustic sensors; warheads, fuzes, safe and arm devices; ground and aviation platform integration; hypersonic engineering; propulsion testing; navigation and control solutions; electronics and computer technology; and system design and integration. 

 

“We are extremely proud to support AMRDEC and WDI. Dynetics has had a storied history of providing quality components and valuable services to protect the warfighter,” said Cindy Griner, Dynetics Engineering Services and Solutions Division manager. “We are looking forward to delivering innovative technology for years to come.”

 

Dynetics and its more than 20 subcontractors will perform the work in Huntsville.

 

 

 

About Dynetics

Dynetics provides responsive, cost-effective engineering, scientific and IT solutions to the national security, cybersecurity, space and critical infrastructure sectors. Our portfolio features highly specialized technical services and a range of software and hardware products, including components, subsystems and complex end-to-end systems. The company of 1,500 employee/owners is based in Huntsville, Ala., and has offices throughout the U.S. For more information, visit www.dynetics.com

 

 

"U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center provides increased responsiveness to the nation's Warfighters through aviation and missile capabilities and life cycle engineering solutions."

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