Dynetics awarded Air Force TETRAS contract

November 21, 2017:

Dynetics, Inc. has been awarded a shared ceiling, 5-year with a 5-year option, $998 million contract for Test and Evaluation Technologies for Ranges, Armaments and Spectrum (TETRAS) along with 13 other companies. TETRAS will be used to develop and modify test and evaluation systems and facilities and to support mandatory radio frequency spectrum transition plans for the Air Force Test Center at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida.


Dynetics will be responsible for enabling the Air Force 96th Test Wing with equipment that will be used to develop or modify airborne and ground systems, facilities, and infrastructure for test, training and evaluation of Command, Control, Communications, Computer, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, munitions systems, and electronic combat/countermeasures. The contract will also assist in the development of specialized hardware, software, test equipment and facility upgrades, and will provide the support necessary to transition equipment at Eglin Air Force Base and its associated ranges.


“Eglin Air Force Base has been one of our strategic partners for more than 25 years. We have supported the Air Force 96th Test Wing through hardware, software design and analysis contracts. We are looking forward to seeing the continued growth in our support to this important customer,” said Mike Moody, Dynetics vice president of manufacturing and product development.


The locations of performance are in Huntsville, Alabama and Eglin Air Force Base, Florida.


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