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TFab Defense Systems, LLC

Other Contractor

TFab Defense Systems, LLC designs, engineers, and manufactures aviation components, systems and subsystems for rotary and fixed wing aircraft for all branches of the military and commercial customers.

DHPC Technologies, Inc


DHPC Technologies core business areas are Electronic Warfare, CIED Exploitation, Fire Control and Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance and Targeting. Since our founding in 1992, DHPC Technologies has provided significant services and innovative solutions to our Government customers. The late Dave Pollock, the founder of DHPC, was a renowned engineer and scientist in the field of InfraRed Countermeasures. We retain that identity, continuing to provide survivability and countermeasure solutions in support of both air and ground weapon platforms across the military services. DHPC also provides services and solutions across other technology domains and service areas. DHPC delivers the breadth of expertise and specialized skills necessary to ensure responsive, high-quality support. Through years of experience, we have attained and maintain a thorough understanding of our customers' mission and technology focus, needs and requirements. In response to these demands, DHPC provides the requisite engineering, technical services, and program management skills to deliver best value services and solutions. Regardless of the technology or specific science, we are committed to providing innovative and enduring solutions.

Systematic, Inc.

Other Contractor

Systematic Inc. is a leading provider of C41 integration software solutions for the DOD. Our products and services provide warfighters enhanced situational awareness at all levels of command, world-class interoperability with international allies and coalition forces, and greater security abroad.

Liquid Measurement Systems


LMS began in 1989 with one big idea – replace the metal tubes used in fuel probes with graphite composite. It was lighter, more durable and wouldn’t corrode. We began manufacturing these new probes shortly thereafter using the highest manufacturing and quality standards. We expanded into signal conditioners and fuel gauges, adding additional manufacturing and engineering staff. Today, our facility is fully AS9100:2009 and ISO9001:2008 certified. In 2006, the company moved to its current location in Georgia, Vermont where we currently develop and manufacture systems for some of today’s most well-respected aircraft, including the CRJ l00/200, MD-87, F-16, Chinook, Black Hawk, Apache, Comanche, Little Bird, Cobra, Huey, and S-97 Raider.