Tyonek acquires Selex Galileo Stennis facility

Tyonek Services Group, Inc. has acquired Selex Galileo´s Avionics System Integration (ASI) facility in Stennis, Mississippi, the company said.

The company will be named Tyonek Services Overhaul Facility — Stennis, LLC (TSOF-S) and is expected to create at least 26 new jobs over the next two years.

TSOF-S offers Avionics Systems Integration services by installing state-of-the art technology and C4ISR into aircraft platforms. The integrated Security Assistance Support Center provides a tailored SCIF and facility to support special operations training missions. The facility, built to withstand Category 4 hurricanes, can also serve as an emergency response center.

The airport is a 1,691-acre, Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 139 general aviation facility. It has an 8,500 foot grooved runway with a 500 foot over-run and more than 340,000 square feet of surfaced aprons and taxiways. The airport is all-weather capable, with an Automated Weather Observation System (AWOS-3), unicom communications, and Instrument Landing System (ILS). It handles a moderate mix of general aviation and military traffic each day.

TSG subsidiaries provide full-spectrum aviation maintenance and logistics, PME integration, cyberspace and cyber simulator training, network administration, and federal contracting and contract closeout workforce augmentation support services. TSG´s considerable corporate experience and high CPARS ratings provide a solid foundation for our clients´ mission success and customer satisfaction.

Tyonek Services Group, Inc. owns, operates and manages six subsidiaries, two of which are certified Small Disadvantaged Business concerns who also participate in the Small Business Administration (SBA) 8(a) Program.