KBR offers Support in the Indo-Pacific Region

KBR (NYSE: KBR) announced today it has expanded its base operations support services in the Indo-Pacific region with a $24M task award contract by 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command (94th AAMDC) for support of two key communications sites in Japan.

Under the terms of the contract, KBR provides mission-critical base operations and infrastructure services at Kyogamisaki and Shariki Communication Sites (KCS and SCS) over the next five years. These sites fall under the 94th AAMDC headquartered in Hawaii, and the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command in Colorado. This contract win aligns with KBR’s focus on expanding operations within the Indo-Pacific in support of the U.S. strategic goals in the region.

KBR is entrusted to deliver uninterrupted mission support, infrastructure security, and safety. The contract required an accelerated mobilization schedule, which KBR successfully met, throughout March and April 2023, by leveraging a ONE KBR approach to keep all mission-critical systems fully operational throughout the transition. In addition, KBR will plan and provide Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) services for KCS and SCS, facilitating events that further improve the U.S.-Japan alliance and service member quality of life.

In keeping with KBR’s sustainability pillar of Community Engagement and in support of the U.S.-Japan alliance, KBR hired the incumbent local national workforce and created additional jobs for the local communities.

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