A KC-135R aerial refueling tanker which visited Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in 2015. TY GREENLEES / STAFF

Beavercreek firm gets share of $46.5M defense contract

The contract is for geospatial tasks and support functions for improved shared situational awareness and decision making across various levels of military hierarchy, including individual, installation and management headquarters levels.

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The contract includes technical assistance at the headquarters of the Air Force, field operating agencies, other Air Force operating bases and support of deployed military personnel at forward operating locations.

Woolpert was founded in Dayton in 1911, has more than 800 employees and 28 offices nationwide. Its headquarters is found on the Beavercreek side of County Line Road.