Breaking OEM Vendor Lock with Technical Data Packages the DoD Owns for Aircraft Mods Against New Threats

SNC Has Built One Or Two Hangars Every Year For About 15 Years In Multiple Locations Including This First Of Two New Hangars In Dayton OH

In this Q&A with Brady Hauboldt, vice president of business development for SNC’s Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance, Aviation and Security (IAS) business area, we discuss: how today’s digital scanning and modeling tools give middle-tier aerospace and defense firms like SNC the upper hand in helping the Air Force and SOCOM meet global threats with new aircraft modifications; and why Multiple-Award Contracts (MAC) ID/IQs are the best way to swiftly modify legacy platforms with new and different mission packages.

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