Defense Industry. (D - G)

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Defense Industry. (D - G)


DALCORP ADVISORY GROUP

42980 Hedgeapple Court, Ashburn, VA 20147

(703) 723-8530 (phone), (703) 723-8531 (fax)

Home Page: www.dalcorp.com

Dallas Hale

President/CEO

dhale@dalcorp.com

BG Steve Stevens

Corporate Vice President

sstevens@dalcorp.com

C4ISR; Consulting Services; Foreign Military Sales; Homeland Defense; Information Technology; Logistics Support/Management; Software; Systems Engineering

DARRELL J. DYER & CO.

Box 3267, Gaithersburg, MD 20885

(301) 548-0716 (phone), (240) 465-0540 (fax)

Home Page: darrelloyerco.com

Darrell J. Oyer

President

darrell@darrelloyerco.com

Carl Ford

Special Consultant

carl.ford@verizon.net

Cost Accounting; Training; Pricing Contracts; Compliance

Small business

DATACHEM LABORATORIES, INC.

960 West LeVoy Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84123-2500

(801) 258-7700 (phone), (801) 268-9992 (fax)

Home Page: www.datachem.com

Brent E. Stephens

Vice President

stephens@datachem.com

Kevin W. Griffiths

Project Manager

Laboratory Services; Chemical Analyses; Industrial Hygiene Chemical Analyses; Environmental Chemical Analyses; Perchlorate Analyses

griffiths@datachem.com

DATASTREAM SYSTEMS, INC.

50 Datastream Plaza, Greenville, SC 29605

(864) 422-5499 (phone), (864) 422-5000 (fax)

Charles W. Tupitza

Director, Federal Activities

charles.rupitza@datastream.net

Electronic Commerce; Logistics Support/Management Asset Maintenance Management; Total Asset Visibility; Asset Tracking; Software

DAY & ZIMMERMANN, INC.

22nd Floor, 1818 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103-3672

(215) 299-1559 (phone), (215) 299-1548 (fax)

Holmes William

President

william.holmes@dayzim.com

Fanning Larry

Vice President, Marketing and Business Development

larry.fanning@dayzim.com

Access Control; Acquisition Policy; Air Defense; Ammunition; Armor; Artillery; Combat Vehicles; Contract Management; Demilitarization; Environment Cleanup; Explosives/Pyrotechnics; Foreign Military Sales; Fuzes/Timers; Load, Assembly, and Packing; Logistics Support/Management; Machine Tools; Manufacturing Technology; Missiles and Rockets; Nuclear Ordnance; Precision Munitions; Propellants/Motors; Quality, Reliability, & Assurance; Small Arms/Crew Served Weapons; Special Operations; Standards Development; Statistical Process Control; Test and Training Ranges; Training; Weapons

NTSA Member

DAYTON AEROSPACE, INC.

4141 Colonel Glenn Hwy #252, Dayton, OH 46431-1662

(937) 426-4300 (phone), (937) 426-1352 (fax)

Vic Barnett

President

vic.barnett@daytonaero.com

David Waite

Vice President/Business Manager

david.waite@daytonaero.com

Acquisition Policy; Configuration Management; Consulting Services; Contract Management; Cost Accounting; Foreign Military Sales; Logistics Support/Management; Low Observables; Manufacturing Technology; Quality, Reliability, & Assurance; Satellites; Software; Systems Engineering Business Development/Capture Planning; Program Management; Alternative Disputes Resolution; Independent Reviews; Integrated Product and Process Development

Small business

DCS CORPORATION

1330 Braddock Place, Alexandria, VA 22314-1650

(703) 603-8430 (phone), (703) 684-7229 (fax)

David Russell

Chief Operation Officer

drussell@dcscorp.com

Richard Flaherty

Director, Business Development

rflaherry@descorp.com

Aircraft (fighters, bombers, transports, makers, trainers); Air Traffic Control; Anti-Terrorism; Automatic Test Equipment; Avionics; C4ISR; Camouflage/Obscurants; Combat Vehicles; Configuration Management, Consulting Services; Control Systems; Design/Engineering Services; Display Systems; Electronic Commerce; Electronics; Electro-Optics; Guidance Systems/Seekers; Homeland Defense; Image Exploitation/Processing/Systems; Information Technology; Infrared Systems; Inspection Equipment/Gages; Interactive Electronic Technical Manuals; Laser Systems; Logistics Support/Management; Low Observables; Missiles and Rockets; Navigation Systems (Including GPS); Networking/Data Links; Night Vision; Non-Lethal Technologies; Precision Munitions; Quality, Reliability, & Assurance; Robotics; Sensors; Simulation and Modeling; Software; Space Systems; Special Operations; Systems Engineering; Tactical Communications; Targets--Air, Ground, Sea; Test and Evaluation; Test and Training Ranges; Training; Unmanned Aerial Vehicles; Unmann ed Ground Vehicles; Vetronics; Weapons; Weapons Fire Control

NTSA Member

DE TECHNOLOGIES INC.

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