Syracuse, NY – SRCTec, LLC has been awarded a $20M contract by the U.S. Army to deliver reliability, maintainability, and improvement (RMI) kits to update the AN/VLQ-12 countermeasures set. The updated technology will maintain the system’s effectiveness against increasingly sophisticated electronic warfare (EW) threats.
“We are proud to continue our support of the U.S. Army by providing updates to keep these critical systems ahead of the threat,” said Mary Pat Hartnett, president of SRCTec. “The updated systems will continue to protect warfighters from EW threats.”
“SRC’s local employees — and the products they manufacture — are the best when it comes to helping keep our troops well-equipped and safe in the field of battle,” said U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer. “I will work side-by-side with SRC at the highest levels of government to ensure that they are well positioned to bring more of this job-creating work to Central New York.”
SRCTec is growing and looking to fill multiple positions over the next year including quality engineers, test engineers, reliability engineers, manufacturing engineers and manufacturing program managers. Details on employment opportunities can be found at www.srcinc.com/careers.
SRCTec, LLC is a manufacturing and life cycle management company specializing in the cost-effective production of high-quality, high-reliability, advanced military electro-mechanical products. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of SRC, Inc., which is a not-for-profit research and development company with more than 60 years of experience in defense, environment and intelligence. Together, SRC and SRCTec work with the customer for the best solution — not the bottom line — resulting in nationally significant, next-generation solutions that are supported throughout their full life cycle.