We have laboratories at Joint Base Langley-Eustis and Hampton, Virginia, and Moffett Field, California, where Army and NASA aviation facilities, such as instrumented test ranges and wind tunnels, are used to support our role as lead service for rotorcraft science and technology. Our responsibility for aircraft extends to airworthiness release authority for issuing the technical document that provides instructions and limitations for safe flight of an aircraft system, subsystem, or allied equipment. Our personnel devoted to aviation sustainment and engineering are located in Corpus Christi, Texas, and serve as liaison engineers around the globe. In addition to these assets, AvMC and our customers benefit from resources available at Redstone, including test ranges and facilities managed by the Redstone Test Center, the FBI’s Hazardous Devices School and the Redstone Army Airfield.
Deliver collaborative and innovative aviation and missile capabilities for responsive and cost-effective research, development and life cycle engineering solutions.
Be a Warfighter-focused valued team of world leaders in aviation and missile technologies and life cycle engineering.
AvMC is a world-class organization with approximately 3,000 government civilian employees, more than 2,000 of which are engineers and scientists. We have approximately 20 military employees and over 8,000 support contractors. Click here to visit the Career opportunities page.
AvMC conducts operations in approximately 1.9 million square feet of facilities. Visit Locations for more information.
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