WestWind has extensive experience working with the U.S. Army, Air Force, Navy and National Guard, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and Foreign Markets such as Saudi Arabia, the Egyptian Ministry of Defense and many others.

1.4-tacom 180US Army Tank Automotive Command (TACOM)
The Tank Automotive Command (TACOM) LCMC unites all of the organizations that focus on Soldier and Ground Systems throughout the entire life cycle. The TACOM LCMC consists of the Integrated Logistics Support Center, Program Executive Office Combat Support & Combat Service Support, Program Executive Office Ground Combat Systems, and Program Executive Office Soldier. The TACOM LCMC is also aligned with several business partners - the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development & Engineering Center, TACOM Contracting Center, U.S. Army Armaments Research, Development & Engineering Center, Natick Soldier Research, Development & Engineering Center, Edgewood Chemical and Biological Center, Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense, and PEO-Integration.

1.4-egyptian flag 180Egyptian Co-Production Office
The Abu Zaabal Tank Repair Factory overhauled and repaired tanks and eventually became the producer of Egypt's main battle tank. The M1A1 Tank Factory (Military Factory 200) outside Cairo is one of the largest military manufacturing facilities in this part of the world. Military production is centered on M1A1 military tanks and other armored vehicles.

1.4-peo aviation 180U.S. Army Program Executive Office (PEO) Aviation
The program executive officer's mission is to provide executive level management of all aviation acquisition programs. The PEO provides overall direction and integration of weapons system programs and ensures effective interface with the Department of the Army and the aviation project offices, contractors and end users.

Utility Helicopter Project Management Office – Manages the UH/HH-60 A, L and M model Black Hawk fleet, the UH-72A Lakota light utility helicopter fleet and the T700 engine.

Apache Attack Helicopter Project Office – Responsible for planning, directing and controlling the allocation and utilization of all resources authorized for execution of the AH-64 Program. PM AAH performs as the Army centralized manager for the Apache Attack Helicopter Project.

The Armed Scout Helicopter Project Management Office – Directs and controls all phases of research, development, procurement, production, distribution, logistics support, fielding and sustainment for the OH-58D Kiowa Warrior fielded fleet, OH-58F/KW Cockpit and Sensor Upgrade Program, Wartime Replacement Aircraft (WRA) initiative, OH-58 A/C, TH-67 Training aircraft, Armed Aerial Scout (AAS), and the Iraqi Armed 407 (IA 407).

PM Cargo -  Supports the Army's requirement to be strategically responsive across the full spectrum of operations. It provides continued support, coverage, and sustainment of Maneuver, Fire Support, Air Defense, and Survivability mission areas. Its mission is transportation of ground forces, class III/class V supplies, and other battle critical cargo in support of all future contingencies. The CH-47F enables the Army to support the rapid response capability necessary for forcible and early entry contingency missions, as well as tactical and operational nonlinear, noncontiguous, simultaneous, or sequential operations, which will be characteristic of future operations.

PM Aviation Systems – Develops and integrates myriad systems and provides services to meet warfighter needs. The core competency is to leverage common avionic and network solutions across PEO Aviation. Aviation Systems leads four Product Office/Directorates:

Air Traffic Control (ATC)

Aviation Ground Support Equipment (AGSE)

Aviation Mission Equipment (AME)

Aviation Networks & Mission Planning (ANMP)

1.4-aatd 180Army Aviation Applied Technology Directorate (AATD)
The Aviation Applied Technology Directorate is a tenant activity located at Ft. Eustis, VA. It is a Directorate of the Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center (AMRDEC), a part of the Research, Development & Engineering Command (RDECOM).

1.4-naval air systems command logo 180Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR)
NAVAIR's mission is to provide full life-cycle support of naval aviation aircraft, weapons and systems operated by Sailors and Marines. This support includes research, design, development and systems engineering; acquisition; test and evaluation; training facilities and equipment; repair and modification; and in-service engineering and logistics support.
 NAVAIR provides support (people, processes, tools, training, mission facilities, and core technologies ) to Naval Aviation Program Executive Officers (PEOs) and their assigned program managers, who are responsible for meeting the cost, schedule, and performance requirements of their assigned programs.

1.4-navsea 180Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) / Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC)
The Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, Dahlgren Laboratory is a premier research and development center that serves as a specialty site for weapon system integration. NAVSEA/NSWC's unique ability to rapidly introduce new technology into complex warfighting systems is based on our longstanding competencies in Science and Technology, Research and Development, and Test and Evaluation.

The mission of NSWC Crane is to provide acquisition engineering, in-service engineering and technical support for sensors, electronics, electronic warfare and special warfare weapons. NSWC Crane also works to apply component and system-level product and industrial engineering to surface sensors, strategic systems, special warfare devices and electronic warfare/information operations systems, as well as to execute other responsibilities as assigned by the Commander, Naval Surface Warfare Center.

1.4-air force materiel command 180United States Air Force (USAF)

The Warner Robins Air Logistics Center (WR-ALC) performs sustainment and depot maintenance on a number of US Air Force weapon systems. Specifically it supports AC-130, C-5 Galaxy, C-17 Globemaster III, C-130 Hercules, E-8 Joint STARS, EC-130, F-15 Eagle, HC-130, HH-60 Pave Hawk, MC-130, MH-53 Pave Low, RQ-4 Global Hawk, U-2 Dragon Lady, and UH-1 Iroquois aircraft.

Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)
1.4-dla 180As America's combat logistics support agency, the Defense Logistics Agency provides the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, other federal agencies, and combined and allied forces with the full spectrum of logistics, acquisition and technical services. The Agency sources and provides nearly 100 percent of the consumable items America's military forces need to operate, from food, fuel and energy, to uniforms, medical supplies, and construction and barrier equipment. DLA also supplies more than 84 percent of the military's spare parts.

Foreign Military

Royal Jordanian Air Force (RJAF)

Egyptian Ministry of Defence

Australian Department of Defence

Japan Ministry of Defence

Commercial Customers

Boeing Company

Telephonics - A Griffon Company

Sikorsky - A United Technologies Company

Rockwell Collins

Presidential Airways

Meggit Defense Systems

L3 Communications Avionics Systems

JVYS - Joint Venture Yulista & SES

DEI Services Corporation

BAE Systems

ATK

Deco

Dynetics

SAIC

Sierra Nevada

DynCorp

Rocky Research

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