Mission Essential Lands New Air Force Task Order

Al Pisani, Mission Essential 

Intelligence analysis and operations support provider Mission Essential has been awarded a new task order — Monolith Excelsior — under the USAFE-AFAFRICA A&AS IV IDIQ, the air component for both U.S. European Command and U.S. Africa Command.

USAFE-AFAFRICA executes the Air Force, EUCOM and AFRICOM missions with forward-based airpower and infrastructure. The task order covers both existing work and new growth requirements.

“Outstanding customer execution and customer satisfaction are two Mission Essential staples,” said Mission Essential President Al Pisani. “We are honored to continue cultivating our longstanding partnership with USAFE-AFAFRICA.”

On Monolith Excelsior, Mission Essential will provide the U.S. Air Force’s 693d Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group, an intelligence unit located at Ramstein Air Base in Germany, with analytical, technical and engineering support to intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance mission requirements across EUCOM and AFRICOM.

The company said it will provide ISR collection management, signals intelligence analysis, geospatial intelligence  analysis, SSO support, training, infrastructure engineering, network and systems engineering, information systems security management, and cross-domain solutions engineering. The company will provide support in Germany on the 5-year contract.

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