To achieve that mission, the Air Force has a vision of Global Vigilance, Reach and Power. That vision orbits around three core competencies: developing Airman, technology to war fighting and integrating operations.
Subsequently, the USN uses TQS’s IFDIS to accomplish engineering studies. One such effort resulted in resolving a connectivity problem in a GCU “bad actor” at FRC-SW in Coronado (IFDIS Used Successfully by U.S. Navy in Engineering Investigation of F/A-18).
In July 1998, NAS Lemoore was selected as the West Coast site for the Navy's F/A-18E/F Super Hornet. This action brought approximately 92 additional aircraft, 1,850 additional active duty personnel and 3,000 family members to NAS Lemoore and several associated facility additions or improvements.
TQS delivered its IFDIS to NAS Lemoore in August of 2018 supporting the sustainment of F/A-18 GCU chassis and other Weapons Replaceable Assemblies (WRAs).
The base, including Dam Neck Annex, has about 10,500 active Navy personnel, about 10,000 family members and 4,500 civilian personnel, making NAS Oceana the second largest employer in Virginia Beach after JEB Little Creek/Fort Story. Oceana also hosts the largest Fleet Replacement Squadron, VFA-106, with about 1500 personnel assigned.
TQS delivered its IFDIS to NAS Oceana in May of 2019 2018 supporting the sustainment of F/A-18 GCU chassis and other Weapons Replaceable Assemblies (WRAs).
The U.S. Army is using TQS’s Contingency Acquisition Support Model (cASM) to support the requirements definition of desired procurement packages for contingency operations and non-contingency procurement operations in the CONUS. cASM speeds the process to better support the warfighter.
- Understand and predict changes in climate, weather, oceans and coasts;
- Share that knowledge and information with others; and
- Conserve and manage coastal and marine ecosystems and resources.
TQS is proud to support NOAA’s Mission by providing enterprise software solutions that support their Science, Service and Stewardship objectives.