VectorCSP has been awarded a prime contract in support of U.S. Naval Aviation Logistics. With our teaming partners, General Dynamics Information Technology and National Technologies Associates, we will compete for logistics and program management support task orders over the next five years through AIR 6.6, NAVAIR’s Logistics Management Integration Department.
The VectorCSP Baltimore branch conducted fundraisers to purchase wreaths for the annual Wreaths Across America initiative, and participated at the Annapolis National Cemetery wreath-laying ceremony on December 17.
VectorCSP is continuing to support a broad range of U.S. Forest Service HC-130H program needs, and was awarded two new task orders earlier this summer to provide program management, product line integrated logistics support, and documentation support.
A ten-member team of aviation technical experts tackled a task to develop Maintenance Procedure Cards (MPC) for a fleet of 14 HC-27J aircraft that the Coast Guard acquired from the Air Force in the summer of 2014. The Aviation Logistics Center (ALC) HC-27J Asset Project Office in Elizabeth City was charged with developing an Integrated Logistics System to support delivery of the aircraft to USCG Air Station Sacramento to support Initial Operating Capability in the summer of 2016.
VectorCSP has been providing Air Commando Training development support to the Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) since early 2015. Last month, we joined the Air Commando Association, which is dedicated to “continuing growth, strength, and support of American Special Forces through education, charity, research, and historical preservation.”
On April 14, 2016, the U.S. Coast Guard, with significant help from VectorCSP and the Coast Guard Aviation Association (CGAA), saw the culmination of a major restoration effort with the induction of an H-52 helicopter into the Smithsonian Institution’s Udvar-Hazy Air and Space Museum. Called “The Phoenix Project,” the H-52 (tail number 1426) is the first U.S. Coast Guard aircraft inducted into the Smithsonian’s collection.
After nine months of undergoing meticulous work, HH-52 CGNR 1426 (“The Phoenix”) is almost ready to go to its new home at the National Air and Space Museum…just in time for the 100th anniversary of U.S. Coast Guard Aviation. The restoration project leads, VectorCSP artisans John Siemens and Craig Simmons, are proud of this stunning aircraft.
VectorCSP has been awarded a prime contract via our GSA OASIS SB IDIQ to provide on-site training operations support services to the U.S. Air Force Special Operations Air Warfare Center (AFSOAWC) at Hurlburt Field, FL and Cannon AFB, NM. During this multi-year contract, VectorCSP will provide schedulers, registrars, security managers, librarians,
A great deal has been accomplished on the 1426 Phoenix restoration project. (l-r) Captain Sal Palmieri, Petty Officer Agard, Dave Young, VectorCSP expert technician Craig Simmons, and SME John Siemens join Captain Keith Overstreet and Captain Jim Martin, CO of ALC, in reviewing a recent copy of the PteroGram.
VectorCSP is playing an integral role in supporting U.S. Forest Service (USFS) large air tanker fleet modernization activities. In 2014, the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) authorized the transfer of seven excess U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) HC-130H aircraft to the USFS for use as air tankers for wildland fire management operations.