Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc., has been awarded an extension to its Mission Operations and Integration (MO&I) Service Contract from NASA. Under this contract, the company will continue to provide operations in support of the International Space Station (ISS) from Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama and Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. Teledyne Brown Engineering has managed ISS Payload Operations for nearly 20 years, supplying over 150,000 hours of round-the-clock support.
Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc., has been awarded a $45.7 million Task Order by the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command (SMDC) related to missile defense modeling and simulation tools and software. Work is planned to begin immediately and could extend through July 2023. This Task Order is for Teledyne Brown Engineering’s Extended Air Defense Simulation (EADSIM) that models and evaluates the performance and effectiveness of a broad range of current and future defense systems in a full operational context.
Article written by Mark McCarter and published on Huntsville City Blog on January 23, 2018.
Teledyne Brown Engineering held a ground breaking ceremony for its newest addition on October 19, 2017 at its Huntsville, Alabama location. This 22,000 square foot manufacturing facility will be the 9th building constructed on the company’s main campus. This facility is being constructed in a manner that allows for simplified expansion to accommodate anticipated and continued growth.
Debbie Baston, Director of Large/Small Business Strategic Alliances at TBE was presented with the Small Business Program Advocacy Award by NASA in recognition of the planning and coordinating of special outreach activities she performs as part of her leadership in the appointed position on the Marshall Prime Contractor Supplier Council.
Teledyne Brown Engineering was announced as an awardee on the Research, Engineering, and Mission Integration Services (REMIS) contract issued from NASA’s International Space Station (ISS) Program Office. The multiple-award, IDIQ contract consists of a 5 year base period with a two year option and a total maximum value of $500M. This contract vehicle will operate through competitive task orders addressing payload integration, operations, hardware, software design and development for the ISS.
Teledyne Technologies Incorporated announced that Teledyne Brown Engineering’s Multi-User System for Earth Sensing (MUSES) aboard the International Space Station has achieved full operating capability. MUSES was developed as part of a cooperative agreement with NASA to create opportunities for both Government and Commercial applications such as imaging, technology demonstration, and space qualification payloads supporting research, scientific studies, and humanitarian efforts.
Teledyne Brown Engineering announces its newest team member and Senior Director, Kevin McCombs. Based in Huntsville, AL, the company’s headquarters, McCombs is responsible for management and operations of the Mission Systems Business Unit. McCombs was the Development Program Manager for Raytheon on the Redesigned Kill Vehicle program, the Missile Defense Agency’s next generation Kill Vehicle. McCombs is a certified Six Sigma Expert. His current role will include oversight and growth of the Mission Systems business unit with programs that support multiple customers globally.
Teledyne Brown Engineering announces Captain (ret) Jeffrey Wolstenholme has joined its Business Development and Acquisitions group as the Senior Director of Business Development for Maritime Systems and will be based at the company’s main campus in Huntsville, Alabama. His main focus area for the company will be to assist with growth in the maritime and navy market space. Wolstenholme has over 32 years of experience at various levels within the Navy and has led three Commands at Sea during his career. Most recently, he served as the First Ballistic Missile Defense Task Force Commander (CTF 64) in the US Navy, stationed in Naples, Italy.