Warner Robins, Georgia is not only home to the Robins Air Force Base and the Museum of Aviation, but it's also home to our SSAI office in Georgia. The Warner Robins office provides professional engineering and logistics support services to Air Force and Special Operations Forces customers.
Existing Contracts: GSA, MACM, SOF Software contract (6A06),B-1B SCAI,L024 Golden Knights
SSAI was awarded the Multiple Award Contract for Aircraft Modifications (MACM) Pool A (fixed wing) and Pool B (rotary wing) USAF IDIQ contract, to provide modification and sustainment support for all Special Operations Forces/Personnel Recovery (SOF/PR) and Rotary Division managed C-130, H-1, and H-60 aircraft. Twelve contracts were awarded. Contract is managed by Robins AFB and performance may be in Warner Robins or Huntsville depending on scope of delivery orders.
SOF Software contract (6A06):
SSAI provides sustainment engineering services required to be used on and in support of Special Operations Fixed Wing Aircraft. Tasks include performing trade studies, resolving discrepancies, evaluating change requests, providing Subject Matter Expertise, and updating technical data.
SSAI provided engineering, logistics, and production support on the Self-Contained Attitude Indicator (SCAI) program for B-1B aircraft – modifying a Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) secondary flight display to replace three existing standby equipment items experiencing Diminishing Manufacturing Source/Material Shortage (DMSMS) issues. Effort included design, testing, and delivery of production installation kits – Line Replaceable Units (LRU), electrical and mechanical interface hardware – for the United States Air Force (USAF) B-1B fleet.
L024 Golden Knights:
SSAI as Prime, along with key Subcontractors, purchased two DHC-8-315 aircraft and performed extensive avionics, ergonomics, and interior configuration upgrades for delivery to United States Army Parachute Team (USAPT) Golden Knights Activity. Tasks included mechanical/electrical/system design, generation of airworthiness substantiation data, modification, and certification through Civil Aviation Authority (FAA). Aircraft are used (and in high demand) to meet the USAPT training and demonstration/show schedules.