SCI Technology Hosts Officers, Senior Civilians from Army PEO MS


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SCI Technology Inc., a Sanmina Corp. company, recently hosted a group from the Army's Program Executive Office, Missiles and Space (PEO MS). This meeting with PEO MS supports the professional development of U.S. Army management personnel through broad exposure to SCI Technology, a provider of advanced space, missile and defense systems.

Twenty-four Army officers and senior civilians from PEO MS visited SCI for an up-close look at a leading Department of Defense (DoD) contractor. Sessions included product demos, a tour of SCI's extensive DoD manufacturing operations, as well as a Q&A session with SCI's senior leadership team.

PEO MS provides centralized management for all Army tactical and air defense missile programs and selected Army Space programs. Its mission is to develop, field and sustain missile and space systems that provide a decisive battlefield advantage for U.S. Army, joint and coalition warfighters.

Visiting SCI represented a valuable development opportunity for the PEO MS professionals based on SCI's extensive experience in the defense and aerospace sector. In addition to current projects in military and commercial aviation and ground tactical communications, SCI has also designed, manufactured and supplied mission-critical components for numerous space flight and missile defense programs.

"We were thrilled to share our experience and expertise with the dedicated professionals at PEO Missiles and Space," said SCI President Mike Underwood. "For everyone at SCI, this was a wonderful opportunity to demonstrate our commitment to the men and women who serve our country in the U.S. Army."

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