Alaska Aerospace opens company’s first office outside of home state

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Alaska Aerospace Corp., recognizing strong demand and aerospace industry growth in northeast Alabama, announces the opening of its new office in Huntsville, Alabama. This is the first permanent presence outside of Alaska for the company.

“Alaska Aerospace has supported a number of missions for the Missile Defense Agency and Space and Missile Defense Command, and by opening an office in Huntsville, we will be well positioned to be more responsive to our customers’ future needs,” said AAC President and CEO Craig E. Campbell.

AAC conducted nine launches for MDA in support of the test and evaluation phase of the Ground-based Midcourse Defense (GMD) system currently deployed at Ft. Greely, Alaska, and Vandenberg AFB, California. SMDC also used the Alaskan facilities of AAC for previous test operations. AAC has worked with a number of commercial companies in the Huntsville area on both commercial and government aerospace programs.

Barry King will be the AAC Huntsville representative. King has extensive experience with local Huntsville aerospace companies and government agencies.

“As we work with MDA and SMDC to advance our nations capabilities, the establishment of our new office in Huntsville demonstrates AAC’s long term commitment to both the commercial and government programs being advanced in Madison County,” he said.

The new AAC Huntsville office is located at 7027 Old Madison Pike NW, Suite 108. It can be reached in Huntsville at (256)-799-2368.

“AAC is diversifying our business model, becoming a more competitive commercial service company, so we see this new office as a keystone in our aerospace services expansion program,” Campbell said. “We are excited about being a part of ‘The Rocket City’ community.”

Alaska Aerospace Corp. is a state-owned corporation established to develop a high-technology aerospace industry in Alaska. AAC owns and operates the Pacific Spaceport Complex – Alaska (PSCA) and is the worldwide distributor for RapidEye multispectral imagery of Alaska. Its corporate offices are in Anchorage, Alaska.

Source: AAC

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