Contracts (CONUS & OCONUS)
CONUS: CETS H-1, C-130, F/A-18 | FRCSW - NI, CA | Hill AFB, UT - DOCAT | Hill AFB, UT - DESP III | Robins AFB, GA | TYAD, PA | NAWC Lakehurst, NJ | L-3 Comm, NJ | Goodrich, CT | Honeywell, NJ | Northrop Grumman, MD | Smiths Aerospace, NJ | Boeing | Eaton Aerospace, CT & PA | Dewey Electronics | Kearfott, NJ

OCONUS: CETS P-3C, Taiwan | China Lake H-46, Iraq | F-18 ATFLIR, Australia | China Lake Marine Base Support, Japan

CONUS Contracts
Contractor Engineering Technical Services (CETS) Contractor Field Services (CFS) to support the Avionics, Airframes, Electrical Systems and Power Plant on the H-1, C-130, F/A-18 Series Aircraft, Oceana VA, Jacksonville FL, New Orleans LA and Stewart Air National Guard Base NY

In August 2015, Affordable Engineering Services, Inc. (AES) was awarded a Five (5) year Seaport-e Task Order N00178-14-D-7596-GM01 (Modification 06) for CETS Equipment Specialists at Oceana, VA, Jacksonville, FL, New Orleans, LA and Stewart Air National Guard Base, NY providing Airframe and Avionics expertise for the F/A-18, C-130 and H-1 Platforms. AES' current Contractor Engineering Technical Services (CETS) Contractor Field Services (CFS) include on and off-site proficiency training, technical guidance and advice to resolve unusually complex technical problems. We also provide Organizational (O) and Intermediate (I) Maintenance Level support and Analyze & Identify weapon systems/equipment discrepancies in the operation and maintenance procedures. CETS technical expertise is categorized by the following Aviation Core Disciplines: Avionics (AV), Airframe (AF), Electrical (EL), and Power Plant (PP) and supporting equipment.

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Fleet Readiness Center South West (FRCSW) Depot Level Maintenance (DLM), North Island, CA

In February 2011, Affordable Engineering Services, Inc. (AES) began providing Depot Level Maintenance and Repair Services for the FRCSW on a 5-year contract with approximately 580 employees. This contract was awarded through the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (NAWCWD), China Lake, CA for AES' assistance in meeting workload "surges" at various sites. We are providing support for Depot Level Maintenance services to both Navy and Marine Corps fleet aircraft. This support effort includes Depot Level Repair, Logistics, Engineering, Program Management, Maintenance Prototyping and Reliability Cnetered Maintenance (RCM) analysis. The variety of fleet aircraft includes: F/A-18, C-130, E-2C, C-2A, UH-1, AH-1W, H-60, H-53, EA-6B, AV-8, LM 2500 Engine, Voyage Repair Team (VRT) and V-22.

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Depot On-Site Contract Augmentee Team (DOCAT)

AES is a Prime contractor on the Depot On-site Contract Augmentee Team (DOCAT) program. DOCAT is an important contract vehicle used by Hill AFB, UT and AMARG, AZ. AES has a long successful history and has demonstrated a successful track record for DOCAT1, DOCAT2 and DOCAT3 programs.
AES offers a unique experience base and capability to successfully implement DOCAT program requirements. For DOCAT1 and DOCAT2 AES was awarded about 55% of the task orders. Our DOCAT task Order includes:

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DESP III C-17 Landing Gear Engineering Support, Hill AFB, UT

AES engineers planned, developed and evaluated several C-17 Landing Gear overhaul processes for the Air Force. AES evaluated critical path elements of the C-17 overhaul cycle to design tooling and fixtures that would perform multifunctional tasks utilizing one tooling assembly for numerous overhaul operations. Utilizing 3D solid modeling, AES designed adaptable fixture assemblies which were used to fabricate the testing prototypes. These models were instrumental in enabling the following product performance analysis elements:

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Robins AFB, Warner Robins, GA

AES was the receipient of a Warner Robins 8(a) competitive Prime Contractor award to design and develop two avionic boxes for AN/ALQ 184(V) Electronic Attack (EA) Pod. The award relates to Low Band Traveling Wave Tube (LB TWT) and Low Band High Voltage Power Supply (LB HVPS). This was a three year contract to design, develop, build three (3) prototypes each and perform qualification testing. Communications & Power Industries (CPI) was AES' subcontractor for this award.

AES held a 5-year contract to support the WR-ALC 402nd Electronics Maintenance Group (EMXG) for Production Support Augmentation. Our on-site staff of technicians, engineers and logisticians on EMXG program provided test and repair for the following Aircraft and Test Systems:

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Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA
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Naval Air Warfare Center Lakehurst, NJ
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L-3 Communications Space & Navigation, NJ

Provided Engineering Support in the following areas:

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Goodrich, CT

Provided Engineering Support in the following programs:

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Honeywell, NJ

Provided Component Engineering Support in the following programs:

The above support included SCD Preparation, Parts Screening and Reliability Engineering.

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Northrop Grumann, MD

EA-6B aircraft ICAP III TJS Receiver System - Performed the MTBF, Testability Analysis, Failure Mode Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) and Maintainability for ten (10) complex Circuit Card Assemblies (CCAs)

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Smiths Aerospace (Now GE), NJ

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Boeing

Managed onsite subcontractor manufacturing the Redundant Inertial Flight Control Assembly (RIFCA) System for the Delta II and IV Rockets

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Eaton Aerospace,PA/CT

For Raytheon Tactical Tomahawk Missile, completed circuit analysis using PSpice software for the Torpedo Differential Pressure Transducer.

For the NH-90 Helicopter, performed the following tasks:

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Dewey Electronics, NJ

Provided Engineering Support on following programs:

The above support consisted of:

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Kearfott Guidance & Navigation Division, NJ

Provided support on tasks such as:

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OCONUS Contracts
Contractor Engineering Technical Services (CETS) to support the Avionics, Airframes, Electrical Systems and Power Plant on the P-3C Aircraft, Taiwan

AES currently provides Contractor Engineering Technical Services (CETS) Contractor Field Services (CFS) to include on and off-site proficiency training, technical guidance and advice to resolve unusually complex technical problems. CETS technical expertise is categorized by the following Aviation Core Disciplines: Avionics (AV), Airframe (AF), Electrical (EL), and Power Plant (PP) and supporting equipment. This acquisition is for Contractor Field Services – Competitive type of ETS in support of the Taiwan Navy (TN) P-3C aircraft systems and sub-systems, and associated systems and equipment under the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

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China Lake H-46 Helicopter, Iraq

AES provided the required CETS personnel to support all on-site proficiency training, technical guidance and information in the evaluation of field problems and rendered all the technical guidance related to the H-46 helicopter airframe structures, landing gear, rigging, rotary wing heads, transmission, rotor brakes, engine interface, air particle separators, rotor balance, fiber-glass rotors, hydraulic components and vibration analysis as needed at Edwards Air Force Base. These support activities have been performed under the direction of the Naval Air Stations (NAS) and Marine Corps Air Stations (MCAS) and Facilities along with Naval Air Systems Command Headquarters direction.

The CH-46E Technical Representative worked closely with the I-level facility in Iraq and even provided on-site support to the U.S. Marine Corps deployed at Al Taqaddum, Iraq for 6 months.

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Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) F-18 ATFLIR Support Equipment Contract, Australia

Affordable Engineering Services, LLC (AES) as a prime contractor provided support for building and integrating Support Equipment (SE) items for the RAAF F-18 ATFLIR. The RAAF required sixteen (16) F-18 ATFLIR SE items to be built to print in accordance with the Government’s technical data package (TDP). AES developed a detailed Project Management Plan; Direct and manage project execution; Monitor and control the project work; Control subcontracts to vendors; Test the end items; and, delivered the end items within the requested 7 month time period.

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China Lake, Iwakuni Marine Base Support Contract, Japan

Under this Contractor Field Services (CFS) contract, AES provided on-site proficiency training, technical guidance and information in the evaluation of unusual field problems and rendered technical guidance related specifically to the equipment cited in the contract schedule. The object of contract field services was to elevate the technical skills and abilities of Military and Civilian personnel of the Department of Defense responsible for the operation and maintenance of the system/equipment to the level of self-sufficiency. Their technical/engineering support relates to Consolidated Automated Support System (CASS) Test System Field Support Services and Test Program Sets (TPSs).

The contract provided training and field services support, at Iwakuni Marine Base, Japan, as well as other locations including on or off aircraft, on aircraft carriers or overseas, including hazardous zones.

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