Torch Technologies Awarded Two $1 billion Contracts

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An aerial view from a drone of Torch Technologies’ facilities in Huntsville.

Torch Technologies has been awarded two task orders for more than $1 billion each by the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Center (DEVCOM) Aviation and Missile Center (AvMC) Systems Simulation Software and Integration Directorate (S3I).

The task orders are for Hardware in the Loop (HWIL) Missile simulation support for development and improvement to their systems including their labs/facilities, missile systems, unmanned platforms and targets, threats and HWIL/SIL simulation infrastructure. Both task orders will be performed over a seven-year period, with most of the work being performed in Huntsville.

The Torch team will also provide expertise to develop, enhance and evaluate the current suite of distributed digital simulation and system of systems unique development facilities for the DEVCOM AvMC S3I Directorate, HWIL/Virtual Simulators Mission Area.

“Torch has supported the DEVCOM AvMC S3I HWIL customers since the early years of the company’s founding,” said John Watson, Torch president and CEO. “This win enables us to continue that support and to help advance technology in weapon systems for the U.S. Army, Missile Defense Agency and other agencies.”

Last week, Torch received a $722 million task order from the DEVCOM AvMC S3I for work to be performed over the next five years. You can find out more on that contract here.

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Torch Technologies was founded in 2002 and is an employee-owned company with more than 1,000 employees.

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