Sentry View Systems Awarded $40M USAF Contract

Sentry View Systems Inc. (SVS), Melbourne, Florida, has been selected to provide comprehensive integrated logistics support for the remote visual assessment (RVA) video surveillance system. The RVA system currently protects the nation’s intercontinental ballistic missile sites. SVS will provide turnkey depot level logistics and maintenance support for multiple system components. These include physical interfaces at the launch facilities and monitoring stations; as well as surveillance and data transmission systems.

Sentry View Systems has a long history as a manufacturer of multiple surveillance components of the RVA system. Leveraging SVS subject matter expertise across the integrated logistics management, systems maintenance and engineering is a natural progression of Sentry View’s strong performance for providing solutions for the Air Force. Work will be performed at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming; Hill Air Force Base, Utah; Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana; and Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota; and is expected to be completed by Nov. 2, 2019. This award totals $40,468,811 over the five-year period of performance.

“This is an exciting time in the growth of our company, and we are honored to have the opportunity to serve our country in this way,” stated Sentry View President/COO, Justin Thompson.

To fulfill this contract Sentry View will expand their staff; most new staff located at the AFBs where the sustainment work will be performed, and increase support personnel in Melbourne, Florida. This effort includes the sustainment of several Sentry View products currently deployed and in use by the USAF: SiteCommander, SentryIDM EVR, SentryIDM NVR, SentryNODE, and NetCommander.

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