KRB wins $62 million task order from U.S. Army

Work will be done at Redstone Arsenal

Test firing of a Patriot missile in 2019. Earlier this year, KBR won a $200 million task order to work with Patriot missiles. Photo by Army Spc. Brian Pearson.

A $62 million, five-year task order for KBR Inc. from the U.S. Army will be carried out at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville.

The order is to provide conception-to-completion development, testing, engineering and analysis services for the U.S. Army Program Executive Office Missiles and Space, Tactical Aviation and Ground Munitions Project Office, and Strategic Operational Rockets and Missiles Project Office.

“KBR is proud to continue to work with the Army to fulfill the strategic and operational requirements for our soldiers and allies,” said Byron Bright, president of KBR Government Solutions. “We have supported PEO Missiles and Space through many mission challenges and look forward to maintaining that relationship.”

KBR, based in Houston and with a location in Huntsville, has supported U.S. Army air and missile defense systems for more than 35 years, including a $200 million task order awarded earlier this year for work with Patriot missiles, most of which will be at Redstone Arsenal.

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