MORRISTOWN, N.J. – Louis Berger has secured a contract from the U.S. Army, Europe to provide transient aircraft services at Stuttgart Army Airfield, Stuttgart Germany, a U.S. Army Airfield (AAF) operated and maintained by the U.S. Army.

transient air services crew directs aircraft preparing for take-off

The contract supports the U.S. European Command, which coordinates U.S. military partnership activities with its 51 partner nations in Europe, as well as the African Command responsible for the emerging military oversight on the African continent.

Under the contract, Louis Berger will provide technical support and inspections, and meet the fuel, cargo and maintenance needs of the military aircraft transiting the base.

“Supporting the headquarters of two of the largest commands in the region is an honor,” said Andrew V. Bailey, president of Louis Berger’s Services operation. “We look forward to providing superior services and support to the aircraft and servicemen of Stuttgart Army Airfield.”

Louis Berger has worked in more than 29 countries across Europe since the 1960s. Today, the firm has 13-plus offices on the continent and has completed more than 500 projects throughout Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States.

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