The U.S. Marine Corps has awarded a $91.8 million contract to Force Protection for a training and service contract to support the high-tech armored vehicles it manufacturers.

Force Protection (Nasdaq: ) builds Buffalo and Cougar vehicles that are designed to protect crews from improvised explosive devices and other threats.

The contract covers training and other support for the Marines “Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicles University” at Red River Army Depot near Texarkana, Texas.

General Dynamics Land Systems, a joint venture partner with Force Protection, will provide services required by the contract.