Tribalco, LLC, a global provider of information technology services, critical communications solutions, and warfighter survival systems, announced that it was the single awardee of a seven-year prime IDIQ contract to support the U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Casualty Evacuation (CASEVAC) Program of Record.
Tribalco has been DoD’s sole supplier of TCCC CASEVAC sets since the program’s inception in 2010 and will continue to integrate the kitted components and deliver training under the new contract for the next seven years. Each of the four modular Tribalco-developed kits that make up the CASEVAC set supports a specific phase of TCCC–extraction, mobility, transportation, or sustainment. Tribalco also provides interactive, hands-on training to help Special Operations Forces (SOF) maximize their use of the kits’ components in the field.
“For over a decade, Tribalco has been training and equipping SOF tactical operators in support of their vital missions. We are honored that USSOCOM has again chosen Tribalco to lead the next generation of the TCCC CASEVAC Program,” said Kevin Moss, Tribalco’s Chief Executive Officer.
“We are proud of the capabilities we provide USSOCOM on the TCCC CASEVAC contract,” said Andrew Stern, Tribalco’s President. “As the incumbent contractor, we’ve been designing and integrating TCCC CASEVAC sets and providing advanced equipment training for the USSOCOM TCCC Program of Record since 2010. We are committed to ensuring that SOF medics have the world’s best equipment and instruction to support their lifesaving missions.”