GAT also provides medical instruction and services from basic trauma medicine training to medical-screening services, first aid and other basic treatment training to ensure SEALs have the basic skills needed to respond to injuries. GAT provides instructors who also serve as medics, providing support and training for remote SEAL training.
GAT’s sister company performs multiple, simultaneous construction task orders in support of National Guard Bureau (NGB) activities. These multi-discipline scopes of work include construction, repair and alteration of various facilities, electrical systems, mechanical systems, concrete and/or asphalt paving as well as demolition of facilities. On one contract alone, we have performed 18 task orders ranging in value from $200 to $3.14 million; all were completed on-time or ahead of schedule and had outstanding ratings. Additionally, our sister company recently completed a $105 million hospital. Typical construction services include complete architectural, mechanical, electrical and life safety refurbishment, selective demolition and abatement and integrated Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) requirements into the design.
GAT supports the National Guard Bureau Consequence Management Support Center under a $216m IDIQ contract for a full range of contractor logistics support for the supply support, maintenance support, purchasing, training, and help desk support for geographically dispersed teams: Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Teams (CST); Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Enhanced Response Force Package (CERFP); and Homeland Response Force (HRF). These teams respond to natural disaster, man-made threats, or other incidents within the U.S. Department of Defense area of responsibility.
GAT’s sister company currently supports the NGB and US Air Force on contracts providing a full range of logisitics, supply, and maintenance support. For the estimated $45-million NGB contract, our team develops and executes a logisitcs-support system customized to meet the operation requirements of specific homeland defense missions, with the capability to support contingency operations 24 hour/day, seven days/week when ordered. Likewise, we provided Tyndall Air Force Base (AFB) with a broad range of supplies, equipment, mobility bags, clothing, weapons and other materials required in support of the 325th Fighter Wing, associated units and DoD agencies on a nearly $39 million contract. These are both SECRET-level security contracts.