LinQuest has announced the acquisition of Capability Analysis & Measurement Organization, LLC (CAMO). CAMO provides U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), its component commands, and other DOD customers with rapid, effective solutions across a range of research, development, test, and evaluation (RDT&E) programs. This acquisition strengthens LinQuest’s capability to quickly deliver integrated and tested systems and solutions to meet the demands of future warfare.
“CAMO’s experience, leaders, and subject matter experts design, integrate, test, and rapidly field technologies that are creating new possibilities for ground, air, and space forces,” said Greg Young, President and CEO of LinQuest. “Together with the CAMO team we will enable our customers to stay ahead of adversaries’ strategies and support customers’ efforts in bolstering our national security.”
“Our combined team brings full spectrum solutions to mission-critical operations for USSOCOM, USAF, and the entire national security enterprise for mission utility analysis, test, and rapid prototyping. LinQuest’s mission-oriented culture, commitment to developing innovative solutions for tomorrow’s warfighter, and deep history serving DOD priorities make this an ideal partnership,” said Kurt Rinke, CAMO’s President and CEO. His brother and co-founder Ed Rinke, CAMO’s Chairman and COO, added, “Our teams’ combined expertise will deliver new data-driven solutions to support DOD mission success.” Established in 2011, CAMO is headquartered in Beavercreek, Ohio, where it will continue to operate in partnership with LinQuest’s Integrated Analytics & Support Line-of-Business.