Form Fit and Function to deliver Memory Loader Verifier Sets to Naval Air Systems Command

PATERSON, N.J., 15 Feb. 2007. Form Fit and Function (F3), a company that develops and produces proprietary motion control products for military and commercial applications, has been awarded a $1.1 million contract by Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR). The contract involves the creation and manufacturing of a device that will allow rapid distribution of mission data files for Navy and Marine Corps aircraft.

Feb 15th, 2007

PATERSON, N.J., 15 Feb. 2007. Form Fit and Function (F3), a company that develops and produces proprietary motion control products for military and commercial applications, has been awarded a $1.1 million contract by Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR),
an organization responsible for delivering solutions and providing support for vital programs for the United States Navy.

The contract involves the creation and manufacturing of a device that will allow rapid distribution of mission data files for Navy and Marine Corps aircraft.

The Memory Loader Verifier Set (MLVS) reprograms electronic warfare
and avionics systems. The contract, awarded through the Lakehurst, N.J. Naval Base, calls for delivery of 25 MLVS units in 2007.

The MLVS was created in the early 1990s and works with a variety of aircraft. It is currently being used by the Navy and Marine Corps for the rapid distribution of mission data files.

The benefits of the MLVS in the deployment of electronic warfare and avioncs data files are: accuracy and reliability, speed, inexpensiveness, compactness, one-person portability and operability, managing classified data, usability in unsheltered conditions, and support in various levels of maintenance.

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