AUSA Sustaining Member Profile: Eagle Support Services Corp

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AUSA Sustaining Member Profile: Eagle Support Services Corp


Corporate Structure: Service-connected, disabled veteran-owned. Founded: 1996. Number of Employees: 409. President and CEO: James C. Spencer. Headquarters: 2705 Artie Street, Building 400, Suite 30, Huntsville, AL 35805. Telephone: (888) 881-4048. Fax: (256) 534-0606. Web site: www.eaglesupport.com.

Eagle Support Services Corporation (Eagle) is a recognized leader in providing maintenance, logistics and technical support services to government and commercial customers worldwide. Its experiences in supporting both garrison and field operations range from deliberate phasein to deploying support teams to meet customer overseas requirements within 72 hours. Business lines include:

* Maintenance management, technical inspection, servicing, repair and application of modification work orders (MWOs) at operator, organizational, direct support and general support levels.

* Hands-on and classroom training, including operational new equipment training, organizational maintenance new equipment training and U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) school training.

* Range and training land operations, design, construction and maintenance.

* Logistics and supply support.

* Base operations support.

Incorporated in 1996, Eagle Support Services has extensive experience in successfully managing and executing projects in support of all U.S. Army components. Customers include Forces Command (FORSCOM), Tank-automotive and Armament Command (TACOM), the Corps of Engineers, the National Guard Bureau and the Program Executive Office, Current Combat Systems (PEO-CCS). It has active projects at most Army installations in the continental United States and in Europe and Southeast Asia. Eagle has provided or is currently providing maintenance and logistics, applying modification work orders and conducting maintenance operations and training on a wide variety of military equipment in support of combat units and Army installations.

Eagle provides a full range of maintenance support, from operator through depot level, including the application of all types of MWOs. The company has experience with wheeled and tracked vehicles, ground support equipment, weapons and small arms maintenance. Eagle is currently repairing Bradley fighting vehicle systems to TM 10/20 standards for the PEO-CCS, is providing maintenance support to the Fort Riley (Kan.) Directorate of Logistics and applying three MWOs to the Army's 20,000 Mk 19 grenade machine guns. It provides maintenance technical inspectors in support of TACOM combat vehicle evaluation and reset programs and the FORSCOM command maintenance evaluation program. Eagle also established, manages and operates a MWO Center of Excellence, a 75,000 square foot commercial maintenance and warehouse facility, located at Bluegrass Station, Ky. …

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