ARMA AVIATION RECEIVES ORDER TO CONTINUE AVIATION FLIGHT AND MAINTENANCE TRAINING IN AFGHANISTAN

Tampa, FL, June 20, 2018 – ARMA Aviation is pleased to announce that it received an Option Year 1 Task Order (TO) to continue aviation flight and maintenance training in Afghanistan from the U.S. Army Contracting Command supporting the Non-Standard Rotary Wing Aircraft Project Management Office. The TO provides training support services for the Afghanistan Air Force (AAF) and Special Mission Wing (SMW) in support of the Afghanistan National Defense and Security Forces (AND-SF) for Mi-17, MD-530, and PC-12 aircraft in Afghanistan. Training includes: aircraft maintenance and flight training, flight simulator training and operation, and English as a second language training and testing.

ARMA’s Vice President of Operations, David Christensen commented, “We are proud of our team’s dedication to our customers, exceptional performance and innovations that earned us the opportunity to provide an additional year of support to this training mission.”

About ARMA Aviation.

ARMA is a global leader in the complex world of supply chain and logistics management, aircraft modification, repair and overhaul solutions, and training and mentoring supporting the U.S. government and its allied partners. ARMA is designed to support our customers, regardless of the challenge, the location, or the mission. We solve the most challenging and complex problems with our most valuable asset: Our People. Our customers’ needs come first, and our solutions deliver superior results. For additional information, please visit our website: http://www.arma-aviation.com.