On September 1, 2017, RELYANT was awarded a $161k Task Order to replace a Military Family Housing playground at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. The task order stems from the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) – Marianas Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) Multiple Award Construction Contract (MACC) that RELYANT was awarded in July 2016. The work will include the removal and replacement of playground equipment, the removal and replacement of existing floor tile mats, and the provision of proper drainage to ensure the preservation of the playground improvements.
September 28, 2017 - Maryville, TN
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This award is particularly meaningful to RELYANT’s Regional Manager of Micronesia and Senior Project Manager, Dave Hayner, “We are especially honored to be provided the opportunity to lend RELYANT’s construction capabilities to these improvements and to support service members and their families on Guam. We hope that this playground gives these military families a safe, well-planned place to play and grow for many years to come.”
As RELYANT’s footprint continues to grow across Guam and the Pacific, we maintain an office and full time staff of over 20 personnel in Dededo, Guam. RELYANT is a licensed Guam contractor, member of the Guam Contractors Association, and sustaining member of the Society of American Military Engineers Guam Post.
RELYANT is a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business headquartered in Maryville, TN that specializes in work involving munitions and explosives of concern, environmental services, construction, and global development efforts across the Middle East, Africa, Asia, the United States, and the Pacific. For more information about RELYANT, visit www.RELYANTGlobal.com, email email@example.com, or call 1-865-984-1330.
September 6, 2017 - Maryville, TN
On September 6, 2017, the US Army Corps of Engineers Huntsville Center (CEHNC) awarded RELYANT Global, LLC (RELYANT) and other contractors an International Remediation Environmental Services (IRES) Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOC). Through the utilization of this $950M total contract value, RELYANT Global and the other contractors will support the CEHNC provide services to: safely locate, identify, recover, evaluate, manage and make final disposition of Munitions and Explosives of Concern, Munitions Constituents, Chemical Warfare Materiel, Biological Waste, Depleted Uranium and Biological Warfare Materiel and Hazardous, Toxic and Radiological Waste; implement and conduct Environmental Compliance measures; provide other munitions related support services; and, reduce munitions stockpiles. Work will take place in foreign locations. “We look forward to supporting the US Army Corps of Engineers - Huntsville in their outstanding work providing these quality remediation and environmental services. RELYANT Global will leverage our unique ability to successfully perform assigned project objectives across the most challenging and remote environments, while ensuring the highest standards are maintained,” RELYANT Global President and COO Don Patton said.
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The remediation and environmental services provided during this base plus four option year contract period of performance will support the CEHNC Military Munitions Response Program, Hazardous, Toxic, and Radiological Waste Program, and efforts to clean-up Formerly Used Defense Sites and Base Realignments and Closures. Dan Smith, CEO of RELYANT Global shares in the eagerness to support the CEHNC in this global effort; stating, “RELYANT Global is pleased to aid the CEHNC in their objective to protect both human health and the environment worldwide through the provision of environmental and remediation services, work that is instrumental in the CEHNC mission to protect and support national interests.” On September 12, 2017, the CEHNC also awarded RELYANT Global the first IRES task order under this MATOC, for Environmental Footprint Reduction in Afghanistan. “RELYANT Global is honored to play apart in this sustainability effort as it is not only creating a positive impact on the Afghan environment, but has also proven to create a positive, economic impact for the Army,” explainsRELYANT Global President and COO Don Patton.
The total award amount is more than $65M if all options exercised. This task order will support the reduction in the environmental footprint at camps and bases throughout Afghanistan to include demilitarization of relocate-able buildings, Tension Fabric Structures, T-wall barriers, Hercules Engineering Solutions Consortium barriers, miscellaneous concrete and/or steel structures, and other regulated materials as deemed critical to the program.
Headquartered in Maryville, TN, RELYANT Global is a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business that specializes in remediation and environmental services, construction, and global contingency support services. For more information about RELYANT Global, please visit www.RELYANT Globalglobal.com, call 865-984-1330, or email inquiry@RELYANTglobal.com.
On June 28, 2017, RELYANT was awarded a $1.8M contract for the Construction of both a storage building and an administrative building in support of the Mission and Installation Contracting Command (MICC) - Fort McCoy, WI. Both the administrative building and storage building will be utilized for Child and Youth Services, providing programs and services for children of both military and civilian families such as child care and workforce preparation.
July 13, 2017 - Maryville, TN
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This contract will serve as a continuation of RELYANT’s support of the MICC – Fort McCoy, as RELYANT was awarded a $12.8M IDIQ SATOC for Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Services at Fort McCoy in 2015 and is currently exercising the second option period. The award of this construction contract highlights RELYANT’s unique ability to provide quality services across multiple service lines.
“We are ecstatic to provide our repeat client, MICC – Fort McCoy, with our proven construction capabilities while simultaneously providing our organic UXO Clearance services at the same installation. It is an honor to be afforded this new opportunity and we look forward to adding the construction of the administrative and storage buildings to RELYANT’s list of successful projects at Fort McCoy”, explained President and Chief Operating Officer, Don Patton.
RELYANT is a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business headquartered in Maryville, TN. Having successfully worked in locations across North America, the Pacific, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia, RELYANT specializes in Construction, Military Munitions Response and Environmental Services, and Global Development. For more information about RELYANT, please visit www.goRELYANT.com, call 865-984-1330, or email inquiry@goRELYANT.com.
April 13, 2017 - Maryville, TN
On April 13, 2017, RELYANT was named an awardee of the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Kansas City District FY16 Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) Construction MATOC. With a ceiling value of $95M, the contract work will consist of design-build and design-bid-build construction work for the military in support of the northwestern division Kansas City District through April 2020.
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“We are honored to lend our services in support of the USACE, Kansas City District. Our corporate capabilities, as well as our operational aptitude, are sure to make a valuable contribution to the upcoming projects within the USACE Northwestern Division” explains RELYANT President and COO, Don Patton.
Since its 2006 founding, RELYANT has specialized in providing all facets of construction and construction related services to numerous government and commercial clients; to include, but not limited to: Military Construction (MILCON); Design- Build/Design-Bid-Build; Horizontal; Civil Works; Vertical; Light Steel Frame; ICF; Green Structures; Force Protection; Remediation; Deconstruction and Waste Disposal; and Contingency and Remote Construction operations. RELYANT provides the highest quality of turn-key services, with a proven history of success supported by our established management systems and procedures.
In addition to Construction, RELYANT also offers Munitions Response and Environmental Services as well as forward troop support services, across North America, the Pacific, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. RELYANT is an SDVOSB headquartered in Maryville, Tennessee with regional offices in Dededo, Guam; San Antonio, Texas; Erbil, Iraq; and numerous forward operating bases in Afghanistan. For more information about RELYANT, please visit www.goRELYANT.com, call 865-984-1330, or email inquiry@RELYANTglobal.com.
Maryville, TN, November 2, 2016. On September 29th, 2016, RELYANT was awarded a single award contract from the Transatlantic Afghanistan Engineer District (TAA), US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) for the construction of a Gymnasium at Area 82 of Bagram Airfield (BAF), Afghanistan. This prime contract Design-Build award totals $760,292.00. Work will include the site preparation for and construction of a single story, hardened facility to be utilized as a gymnasium and fitness center for individuals working within Area 82. The project is expected to be completed in July 2017. RELYANT will be utilizing an innovative solution in our building design, providing greater structural integrity and lower total lifetime costs.
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RELYANT is currently providing complete turn-key solutions in the performance of multiple construction projects, operations and maintenance services, manpower requirements, life support, and environmental services at BAF. RELYANT has worked throughout Afghanistan continuously since 2008, and continues to provide turn-key solutions to DoD, various other USG agencies and numerous commercial clients. RELYANT currently operates the only USACE-approved Concrete Batch Plant at Bagram. A sampling of prior projects includes the provision of living quarters including internal and external construction and finishes, site preparation and compaction, concrete services including drainage systems and taxiways, manpower services, remediation including HTRW, new design-build construction, reconstruction and demolition contracts, HVAC and fire system installation and servicing, electrical services, black and grey water services, and general waste management.
RELYANT’s CEO, Dan Smith, is pleased with this recent award, stating “We are honored to have the opportunity to continue our support of the US Government’s effort at Bagram Airfield. The work we have done and continue to do at BAF is a prime example of the multi-faceted capability we provide our clients.”
Established in 2006, RELYANT is a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) based in Maryville, TN, USA. The company specializes in military munitions response and environmental services, design-build construction, and global development efforts across Africa, Asia, the Pacific, the United States and South America. For more information about RELYANT or for any further information, please email inquiry@goRELYANT.com or call 1-865-984-1330.
November 2, 2016 - Maryville, TN
August 16, 2016 - Maryville, TN
Maryville, TN, August 16, 2016. On July 6, 2016, RELYANT was awarded the NAVFAC SDVOSB MACC contract for renovation/modernization and repair/maintenance projects, at various Government shore-based facilities in Guam, contract number N40192-16-D-2824, by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Marianas contracting office. The total ceiling value of this contract is $30,000,000.
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RELYANT’s footprint continues to grow across Guam and the Pacific. With an established office and a full time staff on island, RELYANT continues to support its commercial and government clients in both construction and munitions response. In November, 2015, the RELYANT team, including Contrack Watts, Inc., was awarded a $14.5M construction contract at Anderson Air Force Base, Guam for the construction of the ground support equipment shops at North Ramp by the NAVFAC Pacific contracting office. Work is expected to conclude on this project in June 2018.
Since 2006, RELYANT has specialized in working in remote and austere locations, demonstrating a thorough understanding of OCONUS procedures, whether a US Territory, US Installation or another country. Imperative to this ability is RELYANT’s business model to “lean forward when others exit operational zones,” RELYANT CEO Dan Smith. This model allows RELYANT to go where other companies may not be willing to or have the experience to work, allowing our staff experience working in remote locations including the Pacific, Africa, the Middle East, and South America under heightened security and while overcoming logistical challenges to mobilize manpower, equipment and supplies. RELYANT continues to excel in projects involving the understanding and implementation of OCONUS processes both prior to commencement of and during execution of project activities.
RELYANT is a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) based in Maryville, TN, USA. The company specializes in military munitions response and environmental services, overseas construction, MILCON and global development efforts in Africa, Asia, the United States, the Pacific and South America. If you would like to contact RELYANT for any further information, please email us at inquiry@goRELYANT.com or call 1-865-984-1330.
Maryville, TN, August 16, 2016. On July 6, 2016, RELYANT was awarded the $99,641 task order number 1130936, H-31-11 Install Window Shutters at the Harbor Heights (Lockwood Terrace), Naval Base Guam Apra Heights. This was the first task order awarded to REYLANT Global stimming from contract number N40192-16-D-2824, a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Multiple Award Construction Contract awarded the same day by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Marianas contracting office. This project will include the preparation and installation of typhoon shutters at 15 units at Harbor Heights.
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“We are excited to receive this contract and subsequent task order allowing RELYANT to support the United States Government work in Guam,” President and Chief Operating Officer of RELYANT Don Patton said.
In addition to managing and performing design and build projects, RELYANT has demonstrated vehicle and fleet maintenance services and capabilities providing full service vehicle maintenance. These services include: managing and operating facilities capable of supporting over 6,000 vehicles per month; providing parts to Central and South America: completing repairs to over 10,000 vehicles in the Middle East; proving Local National Automotive Training; and being designated as the exclusive service provider for repairs, parts, and warranty work for Polaris in Afghanistan. RELYANT’s ability to provide support services such as fleet maintenance allows us to continue to provide numerous exceptional services to areas that require vehicle and fleet support.
Headquartered in Maryville, TN, USA, RELYANT is a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business. RELYANT specializes in military munitions response and environmental services, overseas construction, life support, logistics and global development efforts in various locations across Asia, Africa, the Pacific, the United States, and South America. To contact RELYANT for any further information, please email us at inquiry@goRELYANT.com or call 1-865-984-1330.
August 16, 2016 - Maryville, TN
November 18, 2015 - Maryville, TN
On November 18, 2015, RELYANT was awarded the $14,499,305 firm-fixed-price contract for construction of the ground support equipment (GSE) shops at North Ramp, Andersen Air Force Base in Guam, contract number N62742-16-C-1317, by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Pacific contracting office. The contract contains one option period, which, if exercised, would increase the cumulative contract value to $14,876,045. Work will be performed in Yigo, Guam, and is expected to be completed by June 2018.
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The RELYANT Team, which includes team member Contrack Watts, Inc., was awarded this design-build contract that includes the construction of a low-rise and high-bay composite facility with three separate components, a GSE maintenance shop and holding shed, an aviation armament shop, and an aviation life support systems shop. RELYANT is also responsible for the procurement of furniture, fixtures, and equipment, and electronic security system to allow for a fully functional, fully integrated, higher quality facility on Andersen Air Force Base.
This opportunity will serve as RELYANT’s first contract in Guam. RELYANT recently became a registered business entity in the US Territory and anticipates performing work under future contracts in the area.
“We are excited for the opportunity to support the United States Government mission in Guam, and we look forward to providing the same support to the Navy as we have provided to various Department of Defense agencies across the globe,” RELYANT President and Chief Operating Officer Don Patton said.
In addition to construction and support services, RELYANT also offers Munitions Response services on contracts globally. RELYANT is partnered with the University of Tennessee in Knoxville to provide an Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Training School, and this expertise carries over into contracts performed internationally. RELYANT continues to excel in performing under construction projects involving the survey and clearance of land prior to commencement of construction activities.
RELYANT is a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) based in Maryville, TN, USA. If you would like to contact RELYANT for any further information, please email us at inquiry@goRELYANT.com or call 1-865-984-1330.
On August 14, 2015, RELYANT was awarded the IDIQ SATOC for Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Services at Fort McCoy, WI, Contract Number W911SA-15-D-0020. RELYANT will provide services for this $12.8M contract through April 30, 2016, with four option years available to extend services performed.
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Work under this contract will include the provision of all labor, transportation, equipment, materials, supervision, and all other items or services necessary to clear land at Fort McCoy of UXO. This clearance will aid in the expansion of safe training areas available for military training programs on site. RELYANT will provide surface and subsurface operational range clearance to include explosive ordnance disposal (EOD), range scrap and residue inspection, certification, removal, and disposal.
“We are excited to receive this contract award and support the Fort McCoy team on this important work,” President and Chief Operating Officer of RELYANT Don Patton said.
RELYANT is an experienced UXO and Munitions Response Services provider, with an established UXO School located at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Established in late 2011, the University of Tennessee/RELYANT UXO School boasts a comprehensive Munitions Response training program that is approved for the use of veterans’ education benefits. Graduates from the program receive a UXO Technician I certificate, a Hazardous Waste Operations (HAZWOPER) certificate, heavy machinery certification, and the esteemed International Mine Action Standards (IMAS) certification required to perform munitions response work in CONUS and OCONUS locations.
RELYANT looks forward to employing UXO Technician I graduates from the program at the University of Tennessee on this upcoming contract at Fort McCoy. Because of our instructors’ thorough understanding of the requirements and knowledge necessary to obtain the UXO Tech I, HAZWOPER, and IMAS certifications, RELYANT’s clients can be sure that all graduates from the program who will be working on the project are up to date on all national and international standards and procedures.
RELYANT is a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business in Maryville, TN, USA. If you would like to contact RELYANT for any further information, please email us at inquiry@RELYANTglobal.com or call 1-865-984-1330.
August 14, 2015 - Maryville, TN
July 31, 2015
DefenseNews Media recently released its list of Top 100 Defense Companies of 2015, basing rankings off of 2013 and 2014 revenue, revenue specifically from Defense contracts, and the percentage of revenue change from Defense contracts from 2013 to 2014. DefenseNews uses this list, published annually, to analyze the trends in Defense contracting by taking a look at revenues and comparing to how Defense work is gaining or suffering globally throughout the year.
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The list can be accessed online here, along with a story published on the analysis of Defense contracting trends, which can be found here.
RELYANT’s past and present clients headed up the list, occupying seventeen positions, including:
1. Lockheed Martin. Lockheed Martin stayed at their #1 rank from last year.
5. General Dynamics. General Dynamics moved up from their #6 rank last year.
6. Northrop Grumman. Northrop Grumman fell from their #5 rank last year.
10. L-3 Communications. L-3 Communications moved up one spot from their #11 rank last year.
17. Textron. Textron stayed at their #17 rank from last year.
18. AECOM. which acquired URS this year. AECOM was not ranked last year.
24. Leidos. Leidos fell from their #21 rank last year.
27. Bechtel. Bechtel moved up from their #36 rank last year.
34. SAIC. SAIC fell from their #31 rank last year.
35. Exelis. Exelis fell from their #20 rank last year.
37. CACI International. CACI International fell from their #32 rank last year.
51. DynCorp. DynCorp fell from their #38 rank last year.
60. Fluor. Fluor fell from their #44 rank last year.
64. ManTech. ManTech fell from their #43 rank last year.
74. PAE. PAE moved up from their #85 rank last year.
80. AAR Corp. AAR fell from their #77 rank last year.
93. Battelle. Battelle fell from their #91 rank last year.
RELYANT appreciates the opportunity to work with each of these recognized companies above, as well as many more partners and clients across the globe. We continue to build strong relationships among leaders in the industry, enhancing our capability to work in various environments and climates while upholding our corporate standards of success. If you would be interested in discussing partnership opportunities, please reach out to us at inquiry@RELYANTglobal.com.
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RELYANT’s President John Poncy, a former US Army Airborne Ranger and Infantry Officer, believes that this is yet another validation of RELYANT’s commitment to uncompromising operational excellence. “This is the third award in three weeks, and RELYANT couldn’t be prouder. Our commitment to setting the highest standards of operational excellence in support and logistics, expeditionary construction, and munitions response is what continues to set us apart in winning, executing, and completing these task orders on time and on budget to the highest levels of attention and detail. The time and effort we put into each proposal, project, and interaction with our clients is a sustainable differentiator that continues to be rewarded, and rightfully so. I have long believed that there are few obstacles that can’t be conquered or opportunities that can’t be won with a liberally supplied amount of operational excellence. Our continued successes of late are unflinching testimony to that uncompromising credo.”
Knoxville, TN, May 30, 2014. On May 22nd RELYANT was awarded a $10,000,000 contract from Regional Contracting Center – South to support deconstruction and demolition task orders at various work sites within Kandahar Airfield. These task orders will include, but are not limited to, engineering, labor, supervision, materials, tools, equipment, containers, personal protective equipment, transportation, fuel, communication, and all other items and services as necessary to complete the required missions. This is another excellent construction/deconstruction opportunity which dovetails nicely with RELYANT’s recent similar award at Bagram Airfield and Shindand Air Base. The period of performance for this contract is slated for one year.
May 30, 2014 - Knoxville, TN
May 30, 2014 - Knoxville, TN
Knoxville, TN, May 30, 2014. On May 29th RELYANT was awarded a $1,000,000 contract to provide Operations and Maintenance at the Forward Area Refueling Point (FARP) at Camp Leatherneck and Camp Bastion, Afghanistan. This award includes requirements for licensed fuel truck drivers, certified fuel handlers, and HAZMAT certified dispatchers to maintain a bulk fuel distribution operation. RELYANT will be tasked with providing all personnel, skill sets, management, equipment and enablers necessary to perform the complete distribution, operations and maintenance of the bulk fuel installation (including retail operations), and the FARP, as well as providing all ground and aviation refueling and defueling services on Camp Leatherneck and Camp Bastion. The period of performance for this contract is slated for 4.5 months.
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RELYANT’s President John Poncy, a former US Army Airborne Ranger and Infantry Officer, is ecstatic to report on RELYANT’s continued achievements. “We work extremely hard at RELYANT to set ourselves and our customers – in this case the United States Government – up for success. This is a high visibility / no margin for error type of opportunity that showcases RELYANT’s exemplary bar-setting safety record and makes us the ideal candidate to perform opportunities with little margin for error. We are extremely pleased to have been selected for our fourth award in as many weeks in sites across Afghanistan. Just as we are proving to be the right awardee on the construction and deconstruction task orders, RELYANT will prove to be the best refueling company in all of Afghanistan.”
Knoxville, TN, April 30, 2014. On May 18th RELYANT was awarded a $1,000,000 contract from the Regional Contracting Center – Bagram Airfield (BAF) to reconstruct the Sanitary Sewer Collection System at BAF. This system was originally built and installed by another vendor; however, the 200 Manhole, approximately 7,780m of sanitary sewer pipeline, and 4 lift station system is not functional, and a total rehab is required. RELYANT will bring the system to operational capacity with minimal disruption to ongoing operations. As the Prime Construction Contractor, RELYANT is tasked with providing all labor, materials, tools, equipment, supervision and all other items and services necessary to fulfill the contract. The period of performance for this contract is slated for completion before the end of the 2014 calendar year.
April 30, 2014 - Knoxville, TN
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RELYANT’s President John Poncy, a former US Army Airborne Ranger and Infantry Officer, believes that this is further evidence of RELYANT’s growing reputation for providing exemplary service no matter how challenging the environment or the project. “We charge our employees with getting up every day and surpassing the managed expectations that we work with our clients to agree upon. We want our clients to expect a level of operational excellence which sets the standard for any and all work performed by our organization. The BAF Sewer Project represents unique challenges and a level of attention to detail from the RFP response to implementation which we have thus far been able to set the standard on. It is our mandate to keep that high standard all the way to project completion. You can bet that we will.”
March 7, 2014 - Maryville, TN
Maryville, TN, March 07, 2014 –(PR.com)– On March 3rd RELYANT was awarded a 3-year Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) under the Enhanced Army Global Logistics Enterprise (EAGLE) Program. RELYANT joins over 100 BOA holders to provide the Army with logistical support that includes supply, maintenance and transportation services relating, but not limited to, CONUS and OCONUS operations in logistical readiness centers, the Army’s prepositioned stocks program, and other potential logistical support services required by Army customers.
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The EAGLE BOA, valued at over $23B, is used by the Army Material Command to expedite global logistics. It is a mix of large of small businesses competing to perform at military installations in the US, Kuwait, Japan, Afghanistan, and other locations around the world. According to the Army Sustainment Command & Army Contracting Center – Rock Island, the EAGLE BOA “allows small business companies to combine efforts, property, skill, knowledge, financial, and human resources to increase competiveness.”
RELYANT’s CEO Dan Smith, a US Marine combat veteran, says that the company is poised and ready for action. “RELYANT leans forward when others exit operational zones. Many members of our staff are military veterans that bring a wealth of knowledge to every contract, be it training and mentoring, life support and maintenance, or military munitions response. We are active in post-conflict and remote areas around the world, and are prepared to continue meeting the US Army’s goals to support the Warfighter.”