Aviano Air Force Base

Italy

SQA supports the 56th Rescue Squadron (56 RQS) to provide a rapidly-deployable, combat rescue and
reaction force response utilizing HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopters. The squadron offers long-range
rescue, humanitarian assistance, non-combatant evacuation, and disaster relief
capabilities. Personnel perform test flights to ensure the aircraft is airworthy and mission capable.
SQA aircrews maintain recurring flight physical examinations, medical clearances, physiological training, aircraft currency and participation in recurring proficiency and readiness IAW DCMA 8210.1C/AFI 10-220.

Anderson Air Force Base

Guam

Type of Work:

Transient Aircraft Services

 

Provide personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision, and other items and services to provide Transient Aircraft Services at Andersen AFB, GUAM including Transient Alert Management and Control, Arrival Services, Processing Services and Departure Services safely, efficiently, and professionally. In addition, performs facilities management and emergency services.

Glendale, AZ

Company headquarters and main base of operations is located at the Glendale Municipal Airport (KGEU), Glendale, Arizona, a mere 20 miles from downtown Phoenix and Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport & 10 miles from the Phoenix-Goodyear Airport with its 10,000 ft runway, making logistical support for our worldwide operations very efficient.

 

 

 

The Company’s principals have over 70 years of verifiable and successful experience in military and commercial aircraft operations and support. Offering helicopter flight and maintenance support services since 2004 having been certified as FAA Part 135 air operator and and Part 133 external load operator.

New River, NC – MV-22 

SQA provided Aircraft Maintenance services on USMC MV-22 aircraft for the Fleet Replacement Squadron (FRS), Marine Medium Tiltrotor Training Squadron 204 (VMMT-204) aboard Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) New River, North Carolina and Marine Corps Helicopter 1 (HMX-1) squadron aboard Marine Corps Air Facility (MCAF) Quantico, Virginia.

MV-22 Aircraft Maintenance services included scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and sustainment activities, maintenance documentation, CDI, CDQAR and QASO services, TD coordination, Advanced Skills Management (ASM) fleet administration, Maintenance Control, Flight Equipment, and Tool Room Custodian services. Employees assigned to the airframes, power-line/flightline, avionics and flight equipment allied shops performed aircraft discrepancy troubleshooting, MV-22 and support equipment maintenance, phase inspections, corrosion prevention/control treatment, Ammunition and Explosives (A&E) handling, servicing, lubricating, adjusting, and ground handling/servicing while assisting in the training and development of USMC personnel Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) proficiency.

CMS services on MV-22 aircraft for the Fleet Replacement Squadron (FRS) VMMT-204 aboard MCAS New River, NC. and Presidential Transportation aircraft aboard MCAF Quantico, VA.

  • Marine Medium Tiltrotor Training Squadron 204 (VMMT-204)
  • Marine Helicopter Squadron One (HMX-1)

  • Aircraft Maintenance
  • Structural Maintenance
  • Avionic/Electrical Maint.
  • Engine/Phendraulic Maint.
  • Support Equipment Maint.
  • Phase Maintenance
  • Confined Space Entry
  • Fuel Cell Maintenance
  • Aircraft Welding and NDI/NDT
  • Administrative Support
  • Maintenance Data Analysis
  • Aviation Logistics Specialists
  • Personnel Training
  • Maintenance Control
  • Technical Directive Coordinator
  • Technical Publications Mgmt.
  • Tool Room/Supply Warehouse

Quantico, VA

SQA provided Aircraft Maintenance services on Marine Corps Helicopter 1 (HMX-1), Marine Medium Tiltrotor Training Squadron 204 (VMMT-204) aboard Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) New River, North Carolina and Marine Corps Helicopter 1 (HMX-1) squadron aboard Marine Corps Air Facility (MCAF) Quantico, Virginia.

MV-22 Aircraft Maintenance services included scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and sustainment activities, maintenance documentation, CDI, CDQAR and QASO services, TD coordination, Advanced Skills Management (ASM) fleet administration, Maintenance Control, Flight Equipment, and Tool Room Custodian services. Employees assigned to the airframes, power-line/flightline, avionics and flight equipment allied shops performed aircraft discrepancy troubleshooting, MV-22 and support equipment maintenance, phase inspections, corrosion prevention/control treatment, Ammunition and Explosives (A&E) handling, servicing, lubricating, adjusting, and ground handling/servicing while assisting in the training and development of USMC personnel Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) proficiency.

Fort Rucker, AL

SQA MTPs assigned to 4 diverse airfields

ØLowe Army Heliport

ØShell Army Heliport

ØCairns Army Airfield

ØHanchey Army Heliport

FAA certified and posses all qualifications IAW DMCA 8210.1C

Maintain and possess annual Medical Certification Second Class IAW with FAR Part 67, Subpart C and DCMA 8210.1C

Army aircraft MTPs have the option of either a yearly FAA medical exam or and Army Class 2 FDME 41-405 exam IAW DMCA 8210.1C

 

Subcontractor to M1 Support Services – Directly supporting the U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence (USAACE) and the USAF 23 Flying Training Squadron initial and advanced graduate flight training programs

64 qualified personnel employed directly supporting: UH60A/L/M, AH64E/D, UH72, TH67, CH47, & TH-1H aircraft

55 Maintenance Test Pilots (MTP); 4 Acft Mech (AM) 2 Structural Mech (SM) 2 Material Specialist (MS); 1 AE&I Mech

MTPs: Carry out MX test flights & operational ground checks to evaluate and certify airworthiness of assigned aircraft

9 A&P mechanics provide aircraft daily inspection, troubleshooting repair and in-flight analysis and adjustments

SQA workforce assists in the training of approximately 4K military student aviators and 400 international students annually

 

 

 

As of 31 July 2019, SQA pilots assigned to the Fort Rucker program have flown over 3,534 hours

UH-72 and TH-62 = 1,343.0 hours to date * UH-60 A/L/M = 1,855.7 hours to date * AH-64 D/E = 184.2 hours to date * TH-UH1 = 151.2 hours to date

28 Dual Qualified UH60 A/L/M Series MTPs

Provide MTFs and FCFs and ground operational checks at assigned airfield(s) to certify aircraft airworthiness

23 pilots at Lowe AAF supporting Army school house daily  day and night flight schedule for advanced and graduate flight students

4 pilots at Hanchey AAF supporting consolidated phase maintenance (CPM) test flights & ground operational checks

1 pilot at Cairns AAF supporting MedEvac (Flat Iron) test flights & ground operational checks/inspections

4 trainers for APU certification; each instructs, certifies & provides recurrent training to approximately 100 students annually

 

22 Dual Qualified UH72 and TH67 MTPs

Cairns AAF Initial Flight Training: 15 assigned MTPs with 9 dual qualified in both the UH72 and the TH67

Shell AAF Advance Flight Training – NVG, Tactics, and Technique: 7 assigned with 4 dual qualified in the UH72 and TH67

Dual qualified MTPs are contracted to fly 780 hours annually  – Actual = 1367 Annually

Signal qualified MTPs are contracted to fly 540 annually – – Actual = 919 Annually

7 Certified FAA Airframe and Power-Plant Mechanics

 

 

 

2 TH-1H MTPs support USAF initial rotary-wing training syllabus

TH-UH1 qualified MTPs fly approximately 259 hours annually

Support 9.8K USAF annual flying hour program, provide safe, reliable aircraft for all flight and ground training sessions

Perform Functional Check Flights (FCFs), Operational Check Flights (OCFs), and In-Flight Checks (IFCs)

Evaluates & certify airworthiness IAW service and local instructions

Are not required to have a semi/annual flying hour commitment

 

3 Dual Qualified AH-64 D/E MTPs

MTPs assigned to Hanchey AAF Training and the Consolidated Phase Maintenance facility

Supports Army school house day/night flight schedule of approximately 80-100 training missions per day

Perform advanced flight training: NVG, tactics, techniques and procedures (TTP) and combat survivability skills

AH64D/E MTPs are contracted to fly 180 hours annually – Actual = 361 Annually

Perform MTFs and ground operational checks at assigned locations to ensure aircraft airworthiness and reliability

 

9 FAA A&P licensed Mechanics

Certified and posses all qualification required IAW DMCA 1820.1C

Personnel perform consolidated phase maintenance, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, operational checks, troubleshooting, repair, ground serving and handling

Perform daily supply & logistics functions to include shipping, receiving, inspection, storage and inventory validation

Perform Quality Control and Quality Assurance Inspections, TBO Tracking, and ALSE Maintenance

Perform Non-Rated Crew Member / Crew Chief Functions

 

 

Okinawa, Japan

Provide HH-60G FCF, MTP, OCF, ATP, Aircraft Recovery/Delivery and Instructional Training services to the 33rd RQS aboard Kadena Air Force Base Okinawa

Personnel perform test flights to ensure the aircraft is airworthy and mission capable.

Test flights are performed IAW AFI 10-220 * TO 1H-60(H)G-1, TO 1-1-300, TO 1H-60(H)G-6CF-1

SQA aircrews maintain recurring flight physical examinations, medical clearances, physiological training, aircraft currency and participation in recurring proficiency and readiness IAW DCMA 8210.1C/AFI 10-220.

 

  • Conduct Flight Training * 27.7 Hours to Date
  • FCF/OCF * 31.5 Hours to Date
  • Support * 51.8 Hours to Date
  • Preflight * 271.0 Hours to Date
  • Maintenance Ground Runs * 257.0 Hours to Date
  • Troubleshooting Assisstance * 92.8 Hours to Date
  • Provide Ground Training Classes * 26.2 Hours to Date

Naval Surface Warfare Center

Panama City Florida

Provided Organizational, Intermediate and Depot Level aircraft maintenance and logistic support on MH-60 aircraft assigned to the Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD).

  • Aircraft Heavy Maintenance
  • Aircraft Inspection
  • Ordnance Handling
  • Fuel Cell Maintenance
  • Flight-Deck Operations
  • Occupational Safety & Health
  • Support Equipment Maintenance
  • Supply/Warehouse Ops.
  • METCAL / IMRL
  • NDI / NDT

Colombia

Provide Pilots, Mechanics, and Quality Control personnel to perform UH-1H-11 and UH-60 Aircraft Airworthiness Assessments

  • Provided Pilots, Mechanics and Quality Control personnel
  • Establish the airworthiness certification criteria to be used in the determination of airworthiness of aircraft
  • Review / Evaluate aircraft and associated records, publications, drawings and maintenance practices to determine aircraft airworthiness
  • Perform Airworthiness Flight Profile to determine airworthiness status of each aircraft
  • Recommend corrective actions and present detailed reports to DOS and INL/A

Marine Corps Air Station

Beaufort, South Carolina

 

 

SQA provides F/A-18 aircraft maintenance services for the Second Marine Aircraft Wing (2D MAW), II Marine Expeditionary Force (II MEF) MAG-31 and the Five (5) associated Tactical Aircraft (TACAIR) squadrons aboard MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina.

 

Contracted Maintenance Support (CMS) services are divided into:

 

  • Aircraft Maintenance Support
  • Aviation Administrative Support

 

During the past 2 years, SQA has returned more than 25 Long Term Down (+200 Days) aircraft to Fully Mission Capable (FMC) status.

 

  • Aviation Maintenance Support
  • Plane Captains
  • Structural Mechanics
  • Avionics Technicians
  • Ordnance Technicians
  • Engine and Hydraulics Mechanics
  • Environmental Systems Mechanics
  • Ejection Seat and Egress Mechanics
  • Full Systems Quality Assurance Representatives
  • Aviation Administrative Support
  • Class Desk Liaison Officer
  • Maintenance Data Analysis
  • Aviation Logistics Specialists
  • Personnel Training Coordinator
  • Maintenance/Production Control
  • Technical Directive Coordination
  • Maintenance Material Control Officer
  • Technical Publications Library Management

Hill Air Force Base

Utah

Transient Aircraft Services

Provide personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision, and other items and services to provide Transient Aircraft Services at Hill Air Force Base, Utah including Transient Alert Management and Control, Arrival Services, Processing Services and Departure Services safely, efficiently, and professionally. In addition, performs facilities management and emergency services.

Iraq – DOS/DSS

Similar to our work in Colombia, SQA monitored/evaluated DOS aviation assets and the Aviation Support Contractor (ASC) performance. 

  • Ensured the services contained in the ASC task order were monitored in a proactive fashion with no disruption to DOS/DSS operations
  • Evaluated ASC performance in meeting the effectiveness, cost, timeliness and quality objectives of the Aviation Support Task Order
  • Assess ASC’s compliance with standards contained in the Task Order and/or incorporated in DOS Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
  • Support the COR/CO with regards to inspection and acceptance of services and review and approval of invoices
  • Institute immediate and critical actions for changes in threat or loss of aircraft

Randolph Air Force Base

Texas

Contractor labor services to accomplish Depot Level Maintenance and related tasks for the 309th Aircraft Maintenance Group (AMXG), 575th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Joint Base San Antonio Randolph, Ogden Air Logistics Complex (OO-ALC), at Randolph Air Force Base (AFB), Texas (TX). This includes all aspects of maintenance such as accomplishing the production installation and testing of Time Compliance Technical Orders (TCTOs), modification, maintenance, inspections, removal, repair, and installation of aircraft parts and components on T-38 aircraft models A, B, and C.

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