Yorktown Awarded the Army Logistics University, Technical Logistics College Instructor/Writer Support Task Order

Huntsville, AL – The Sustainment Center of Excellence (SCoE) has awarded Yorktown Systems Group, Inc. (Yorktown) a task order to provide the Army Logistics University, Technical Logistics College with Instructor/Writer support. This task order is awarded under the Instructor, Training Support, and Development (ITSD) Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract.

Training will consist of Basic and Advanced Automotive Maintenance Warrant Officer courses. The course will train U.S. Army Warrant Officers on the common and unique subjects required to effectively perform as a newly appointed Automotive Maintenance Warrant Officer. The Automotive Maintenance Warrant Officer plans, organizes, and executes field maintenance of wheeled and light tracked vehicles, self-propelled artillery systems, and fire control, armament, ground support, and powered driven chemical equipment.

The basic course contains instruction in supply management, ordnance concepts and operations, leadership common subjects to include training on the Army Battle Command System (ABCS) and Force XXI Battle Command System Brigade and Below (FBCB2), Ground Support Equipment, Small Arms, Towed Artillery, Recovery Vehicles and Systems, Wheeled Vehicles, Allied Trades Operations, Self-Propelled Artillery, and Light and Medium Tracked Vehicles. The advanced course contains instruction in supply management, ordnance concepts and operations, leadership common subjects to include training on the ABCS and FBCB2, M1A1 Abrams, Bradley Fighting Vehicle, Recovery Vehicles, Small Arms Maintenance, Wheeled Vehicles, Ground Support Equipment, and Allied Trades Shop Operations.

Yorktown Chief Operating Officer, Nick Fuller said, “Yorktown is pleased to have been selected to conduct this essential training for the Army Logistics University, Technical Logistics College. We offer customized training that can be adapted to a specific audience and quickly implemented within each organization.”