VirTra Inc., a global provider of judgmental use of force training simulators, and firearms training simulators for the law enforcement and military markets, has received two orders worth approximately $9 million under an existing contract with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Of the total order amount, $4.3 million is attributable to the CBP and $4.7 million is attributed to another U.S. federal agency ordered under the same contract.

The orders consist of VirTra’s flagship V-300 and portable V-100 simulators, recoil kits and magazines, V-Threat-Fire devices and other accessories. Service plans are included as well as training and installation. Items on the orders are expected to be delivered within the next eight months.

“These substantial orders are a meaningful accomplishment for VirTra and we are honored to be able to help those who keep our borders secure by providing them with the latest in training technology,” said John Givens, Co-CEO of VirTra. “Additionally, the orders demonstrate the significant need we continue to see for realistic training amongst federal agencies.”

Jason Mulcahy, VirTra’s senior vice president of Global Sales, “CBP has been a valued client of VirTra for many years and we look forward to assisting them with their training goals through this sizable order. Our world-class training solutions continue to have strong demand from federal agencies, which remains a core growth market for the company.”