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Tapestry Solutions, a Boeing company, has won a contract with a potential value of $58 million to provide mission command training support for 7th Army Training Command. The award covers a base performance period of one year and four option years. 

The command is the US Army’s largest overseas training command and provides customised solutions for US, NATO and partner nations throughout Europe, Africa and beyond. Tapestry has supported US and allied training exercises throughout Europe since 2011 under the Joint Multinational Simulation Centre (JMSC) Battle Simulation Training (BST) contract.

Under the contract, Tapestry will continue to support live, virtual and constructive training exercises at the JMSC, located in Grafenwöhr, Germany; its satellites in Kaiserslautern, Germany, and Vicenza, Italy; the Joint Multinational Readiness Centre (JMRC) in Hohenfels, Germany; and Theatre Security Cooperation exercises throughout NATO.

As the prime contractor, Tapestry will lead a team that includes Capstone, Metro Productions and VATC (Visual Awareness Technology & Consulting, Inc.). Tapestry will provide overall management along with planning and execution of training exercises throughout US Army Europe's area of responsibility.

Tapestry designs, plans and conducts computer-based simulations to prepare commanders and their staff for full-spectrum military operations. The company supports all levels of training – from unit-level to joint and multinational exercises – in classroom and force-on-force environments.

"We are committed to continued excellence in providing mission command training support to the US Army and fostering lasting relationships with our customers," René Burgess, Business Development Director, Tapestry Solutions, commented.

Tapestry Solutions will lead a team to coordinate and facilitate mission command training throughout US Army Europe’s area of responsibility. (Photo: US Army/Brandon Beach)

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