STS International is Supporting a Training Program in Afghanistan
As a subcontractor, Arlington, Virginia-based STS International is supporting the U.S. Army’s $2.4 billion Enterprise Training Service Contract in conjunction with the service’s Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation.
STS, a U.S. veteran-owned business, is part of the PULAU Corp.’s contract team, and will be assisting with a $10.3 million task order supports the Army Institutional Advisory Team on the Afghanistan Education Program (AEP). The AEP is a crucial training and equipping effort for the Afghan National Security Force, the company reported.
The company will be working with PULAU to provide efficient, effective and quality knowledge based individual basic and specialist training services to the Afghan National Army, ranging from Basic Warrior Training through Branch Schools.
“STS is proud to be doing this important work to support the stabilization and independence of Afghanistan. Education and training are critical to developing and sustaining a secure and lasting Afghanistan,” said Dave Morgan, vice president of STS. “We are also fortunate to be working with a great teammate, PULAU. We look forward to engaging in this important work and supporting the mission.”