Victory Solutions CEO Kris McGuire recently visited Stennis Space Center to congratulate Jay Warner on his retirement. Thank you Jay for your years of service supporting the DoD High Performance Computing program and best of luck in your future endeavors!
VSI Senior Systems Engineer, Dan Hicks, received a NASA Group Achievement Award for his participation in the development of an MBSE (Model Based Systems Engineering) approach to establish a framework and model to address Cross-program interface requirements. This model and framework produced both graphical and tabular information reflecting the data from multiple sources in formats suitable for detailed systems engineering assessments.
NASA MSFC recognized Victory Solutions as its Small Business Prime Contractor of the Year at the 2017 Industry and Advocates awards ceremony.
This past Saturday morning, our Victory Solutions Racing Team ran in the 9/11 Heroes Run in Athens, Alabama. As the top fundraising team, they raised more than $500 to benefit the Travis Manion Foundation while also honoring veterans, first responders, and the families of fallen heroes.
Victory Solutions' Amber Wright received two awards from NASA headquarters for her outstanding work on the Software Cloud Provisioning Pilot and the NASA Technical Standards Training Module.
Victory Solutions, Inc.(VSI) is pleased that the U.S. Air Force is moving forward with the technology maturation and risk reduction phase of the Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD) program. With our Aerospace Systems Development and Engineering Analysis Capabilities, Victory Solutions, Inc. is ready to support the Boeing GBSD team.
Victory Solutions, Inc. will host a booth at the Space and Missile Defense Symposium at the Von Braun Center in downtown Huntsville from August 8-10, 2017. Exhibitor booths will be open each day beginning at 9:45am, with free attendance for anyone looking to walk the floor.
Additionally, we encourage anyone stopping by to practice their golf skills at our booth putting green! Disclaimer: we are not responsible for any competitive edge that arises when putting amongst peers.
Details for the event can be found on the SMD Symposium website: https://smdsymposium.org/
We look forward to seeing you there!
Victory Solutions, Inc. has been recognized as Supplier of the Year in the Support & Services category by The Boeing Company. Victory Solutions, Inc. was one of 13 companies honored on April 12, 2017 for distinguished performance in working with Boeing.
In January, Victory Solutions, Inc. was notified that it was one of 480 companies to receive the Boeing Performance Excellence Award which rewards performance excellence. Achieving the Supplier of the Year designation further acknowledges superior performance and labels this class of winners as best of the best.
This year’s recipients represent an elite group among more than 13,000 active Boeing suppliers in nearly 48 countries around the world. This selection was based on stringent performance criteria for quality performance, delivery performance, cost, environmental initiatives, customer service and technical expertise.
Victory Solutions, Inc. provides asset management and scheduling across the day-to-day Ground-based Midcourse Defense (GMD) operations, maintenance, upgrades, and test ensuring that these activities occur efficiently and effectively to best meet Missile Defense Agency requirements and ensure that defense of the homeland mission is provided 365 days per year.
“Boeing’s success is a testament to the partnerships we hold with the finest aerospace suppliers in the world such as Victory Solutions,” said Kent Fisher, Boeing’s leader for enterprise Supplier Management. “Together we will continue to deliver affordable, technologically advanced products and services that give our customers a competitive edge.”
“We are extremely grateful to our Boeing customer and our wonderful employees for making this award possible.” – Kris McGuire, CEO
Contact: Chris Simpson, 256-895-2867
VSI employees ran the Liz Hurley Ribbon Run 5k to raise money for breast cancer screening. Team "Small Victories for a Large Battle" raised $2,620 for the cause.
Victory Solutions demonstrated how 3D scanning and 3D printing technology can drive engineering design at the 2nd Annual Charleston High School STEM Fair.