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BAE Systems establishes USAF SMC team

Posted 19 September 2019 · Add Comment

BAE Systems has partnered with LinQuest, Booz Allen Hamilton, a.i. solutions, Space Vector, Advanced Core Concepts, VETS and GreenDart, to offer support for the US Air Force (USAF) Space and Missile Systems Center’s (SMC) Launch Enterprise – Systems and Engineering and Integration Programme.


Courtesy BAE Systems

 
The BAE Systems led team will leverage its experts, on-location presence, and diverse launch experience to provide USAF SMC with an end-to-end systems engineering and integration solution that supports an accelerated launch tempo and mission assurance of existing and new entrant launch vehicles.
 
“BAE Systems is proud to bring together this exceptional team of more than 200 launch experts ready to provide the USAF with the low-risk systems engineering, integration and launch solution it needs now and in the future,” said Pete Trainer, vice president and general manager of BAE Systems’ Air Force Solutions business area. “Our partners are leaders in their fields and committed to joining BAE Systems in supporting this critical space mission.”
 
BAE Systems has over 30 years experience providing secure launch support solutions in mission critical and high-risk environments. Leveraging its vertically integrated and experienced engineering organisation with associated operational and digital engineering competencies, BAE Systems experts focus on the unique rigors and requirements of the space launch domain. The company’s solutions have enabled a wide variety of effective civil, commercial and national security space missions.

 

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