Vectrona Awarded $7 Million Contract with MESG-1

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., June 21, 2024 – Vectrona was competitively awarded a contract valued at $7 million by the U.S. Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) to continue providing high-risk training support services to the Maritime Expeditionary Security Group One (MESG-1) Training and Evaluation Unit.

“We are thrilled to continue and expand our long-standing relationship with the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command and Maritime Expeditionary Security Forces,” said Joe Gelardi, chief executive officer of Vectrona. “Our team is committed to delivering the critical, high-quality training necessary for Navy warfighters to maintain mission readiness. Additionally, our expertise in live training provides us with invaluable insights that drive the development of cutting-edge technology and simulation systems. These innovations are designed to fill training gaps and deliver high readiness return on investment for our customers.”

Vectrona will provide MESG-1 with a support team of subject matter experts skilled in specialized maritime operations to conduct high-risk training in maritime security, high-value unit protection, combat shooting techniques, small unit tactics, and critical time-intensive leadership tasks.

About Vectrona
Vectrona is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned and 8(a) Small Business dedicated to simplifying complex challenges through innovative systems engineering, technology development, and operational support. We empower teams by delivering high-risk training and developing advanced simulation systems that leverage AR/VR and AI/ML serious games. Our solutions enhance mission readiness and operational efficiency, ensuring that our clients are equipped to succeed in demanding environments. At Vectrona, we challenge assumptions to create comprehensive solutions that provide the knowledge and confidence needed for exceptional performance.