Honored with Nomination to 2020 Best Places to Work

Honored with Nomination to 2020 Best Places to Work

The annual Huntsville Chamber of Commerce’s Best Places to Work Awards honors the “best of the best” member businesses in the Tennessee Valley.  S3  has been nominated as one of the contenders in the Large category.  The winners for each category will be announced at the Awards Luncheon on April 15.  The entire list of […]

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S3 Burritt on the Mountain receives gift from Jan Smith for The View

Burritt on the Mountain has recently received a $200,000 gift from Jan Smith, founder and CEO of S3, for the building of an impressive cantilevered deck overlooking the city of Huntsville. The View will be ready for use in early Spring and will enhance the already remarkable view from the Burritt bluff. Visitors will be […]

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S3 Subsidiary Hosts Veterans Day Weekend Fly-In

Kachemak Bay Flying Service (KBFS), wholly owned subsidiary of S3, joined forces with the Phantom Corps Chapter of the Army Aviation Association of America (AAAA) to welcome General Aviation flyers to a Veterans Weekend Fly-in on November 12, 2016 at the Draughon-Miller Regional Airport in Temple, Texas.  The event was planned in honor of our […]

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S3 Subsidiary Awarded USAF CFT Prime Contract

On November 23, 2016, the United States Air Force (USAF) announced an award of its Contract Field Teams (CFT) contract to Global Logistics Support Services (GLSS), wholly owned subsidiary of S3.  With a total contract ceiling value of $11.4 billion, CFT is the premier USAF contract for delivering tailored, on-site Organizational, Intermediate/Field, and Depot/Sustainment level […]

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USAF Awards Air Advisor Training Contract to S3

The Department of Air Force Air Education and Training Command (AETC) announced award of an Air Advisor training contract to System Studies and Simulation (S3) during the final week of September 2016.  S3, having supported AETC several years with tactical helicopter pilot training, fixed wing pilot and mission system operator training, will now provide academics, […]

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S3 Provides Air Adversary Support to USAF Weapons School

Lancaster, TX – S3 and subcontractor VTS Aviation developed and recently presented the Mi-24 Combat Adversary Aviator Course to USAF Weapons School student pilots.  The pilots participated in challenging immersion training that featured the capabilities, functions, and tactical employment of the Russian Mi24D “Hind” Helicopter.  This was the first time since 2005 that USAFWS students […]

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S3 Receives United States Navy SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) Contract Award

S3 was selected as a prime contractor and awarded a SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Contract on June 30, 2016. This SeaPort-e award provides S3 and our Team Member Companies the opportunity to bid on all future SeaPort-e unrestricted task orders supporting United States Navy requirements in twenty-two (22) functional service areas […]

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S3 Receives Airbus Helicopters Safety Award

Airbus Helicopters, Inc. recently recognized S3 with its 10,000 Hours Lakota Unit Flight Safety Award.  In presenting these awards, Airbus encourages excellence from the men and women who fly and support its broad range of rotary-wing aircraft, which are operated throughout the United States and across all market areas. S3’s President (Retired LTG Jim Barclay) […]

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S3 Flight Instructors Receive Boeing Recognition

The Boeing Company recently presented Original Equipment Manufacturer Certificates of Achievement to five S3 Flight Instructors for their individual accomplishments in safely logging between 2000 and 7000 flight hours in Boeing’s CH-47 helicopter.  In reaching these individual milestones, each of the Flight Instructors demonstrated outstanding proficiency and superior knowledge in operating one of the world’s […]

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