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DRG wins Air Force’s first published contract of 2023

$19 million ATD/ATA contract will support locations worldwide

OKLAHOMA CITY (Jan. 4, 2023) – Delaware Resource Group of Oklahoma, LLC has been awarded the U.S. Air Force’s first contract above $7.5 million in 2023.

The $19 million, firm-fixed-price contract will provide professional guidance, troubleshooting, modifications, production, and solutions on all education and training matters for the Aircrew Training Device/Aircrew Training Aid Services Program. The work will be based at Detachment 9 Air Combat Command (ACC) Training Support Squadron (TRSS) at Luke Air Force Base in Arizona and is expected to be completed Feb. 28, 2027.

“This effort is a huge strategic win for our team as it complements our device relocation and CLS (Contractor Logistics Support) activities around the globe,” said DRG President and Chief Operating Officer Brian Busey. “This effort helps achieve several long-term strategic goals to expand our business further into the CLS, simulator maintenance, and modification support business.”

This effort will support locations in 38 states and five foreign countries. DRG will be responsible for training devices for the following weapons systems – A-10C, A-10A, B-1B, B-2A, B-52H, E-3C, E-4B, E-8C, F-15C, F-15D, F-15E, F-16C, F-22A, EC-130, MB-4, OC-135S/W, OC/RC-135, RC-135S/W, T-38A, T-38C, U-2S, SA-8 Turret Range Target, SA-8 Range Target, RF Threat Emitter, and Hypoxia Familiarization Trainers.

Founded in 2002 in Oklahoma City, DRG has become a leading global training service contractor specializing in the aerospace defense industry. DRG is owned and operated by the Busey family.

A B-2 Spirit assigned to the 509th Bomb Wing, Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri, flies over Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., Nov. 15, 2022. Two bombers participated in a training exercise with multi-nation assets assigned to Luke AFB, meant to familiarize pilots with different airframe operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Noah D. Coger)



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