Columbia, MD -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/04/2017 -- LB&B Associates Inc., the diversified services company operating in over twenty five states, the District of Columbia, and overseas locations, announces that on January 26, 2017, the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division (NAWCTSD), Orlando, Florida, awarded it and its subcontractor Anchor Innovations the re-compete task order under the FTSS III Contract for Navigational Seamanship Ship-Handling, Contractor Instructor Services (NSS CIS).
Second Subsequent Award Brings Service Total to 10 Years
This award is the second subsequent award for a total of 10 years of services. The instructors use Polaris V-2 and COVE III Full Mission Bridge and Bridge Wing simulators and classrooms to train each ship's bridge and navigation watch teams. The Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) Instructors utilize Bridge Part Task Trainers to train both LCS-1 and LCS-2 variant ships for the LCS Junior Officer and Officer of the Deck Courses.
The training that LB&B Associates Inc. and Anchor Innovations instructors provide is based on the needs of each type of ship, on the needs of the Pacific and Atlantic Surface Force Commanders, and on the needs of the Surface Warfare Officer School requirements. The locations for which this contract applies include Naval Base San Diego, CA; Naval Station Everett, WA; Naval Station Pearl Harbor, HI; Naval Station Yokosuka, Japan; Naval Station Sasebo, Japan; Naval Station Norfolk, VA; Naval Station Mayport, VA; Naval Station Newport, RI; Fleet Support Activity, Bahrain; and Naval Station Rota, Spain.
According to Jim Ryan, LB&B Associates Inc. Director of Business Development, "We're very proud of our entire instructor team for putting LB&B Associates Inc. in a position to re-win this vitally important task order. The hard work and professionalism of our instructor team has not gone unnoticed by the Company," Ryan adds.
About LB&B Associates Inc.
LB&B Associates Inc. provides a variety of contractor services for the U.S. Government and for commercial entities, and is separated into five support divisions: Facilities Management, Operations and Maintenance Services; Logistics Support Services; Systems and Technology Services; Base Operations Support Services; and Commercial Support Services.
LB&B Associates Inc., which began in 1992 as a two-person organization, has over 1,000 associates, providing a broad range of services to an equally broad range of clients, including the federal government, state governments, commercial businesses, the military, NATO, hospitals, churches, research centers, and educational facilities. LB&B Associates Inc.'s leadership has assembled an experienced team that has managed businesses large and small, and that supports a knowledgeable and accomplished on-site staff.
For more information on LB&B Associates Inc. or this project, visit the LB&B web site at http://lbbassociates.com.