Virginia Beach, VA – Andromeda Systems Incorporated (ASI), was awarded a Readiness Based Sparing and Technical Management Support Services Contract in support of the V-22 Program and the Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. ASI has been providing direct on-site support to the NAVSUP WSS Integrated Weapon Systems Team (IWST) and the V-22 Program for over three years. This contract award further demonstrates our commitment to the success of the V-22 Program.

Our support will assist the NAVSUP WSS IWST with the challenges they face in providing optimal V-22 supply support across multiple services. The services provided will include analyzing supply support strategies, developing spares recommendations for consumable and repairable material, and assessing the cost and readiness benefits of new or modified systems for the V-22. Our support of the MV-22 and CV-22 Type Model Series will ensure that the supply chain is able to provide material support to aircraft across the globe. We are extremely pleased to be a part of the V-22 team.

Andromeda Systems, Incorporated (ASI) is an ISO-9001:2008 company committed to superior technical performance and excellence in customer satisfaction. Our mission is to assist asset and fleet managers in achieving optimal levels of economy, availability, and safety by developing and applying leading systems engineering tools, processes, and expertise. We are headquartered in Virginia Beach, VA, with offices in Lexington Park, MD; Arlington, VA; Jacksonville, FL; Havelock, NC; Oklahoma City, OK and San Diego, CA.

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