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Air Force contract is awarded

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Delaware Resource Group of Oklahoma LLC has been awarded a five-year prime training contract by the U.S. Air Forces in Europe.

The contract performance is set to begin Oct. 1, with transition beginning this week.

Oklahoma City-based DRG will support the F-15E, F-15C, F-16 and HH-60 aircrafts for the U.S. Air Forces in Europe. DRG will be adding locations in the United Kingdom, Germany and Italy. The company has operations in the United Kingdom and Germany supporting other operations.

The new contract will be for Live, Virtual, and Constructive (LVC) Academic and Simulator Training.

“This is another huge milestone for our team in securing a prime contract in the international market supporting our country’s military personnel,” said Brian Busey Sr., vice president and chief operating officer of DRG. “This strategic contract award will help us continue to grow our international footprint and support our USAFE (U.S. Air Forces in Europe) customer.”

Last month, DRG opened a location in India supporting C-17 training operations and supporting a new customer for F-16 training at the Warrior Preparation Center in Germany.

The company is transitioning to its new 38,000-square-foot corporate headquarters in the Quail Springs Corporate Park. Construction is in the final stages, and the company hopes to have completed the move by the middle of August.

Since 2002, DRG has become a leading training service contractor specializing in the aerospace defense industry. The Busey family business has more than 650 employees and 40 locations around the world.

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