24 April 2022 - The Tennessee Valley Chapter of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) recently presented LinQuest’s John Manzi with their Leadership Award

The Tennessee Valley Chapter of the NDIA recently presented LinQuest’s John Manzi with their Leadership Award. The NDIA-TVC ceremony, held in Huntsville, AL, honored Manzi and LinQuest’s cutting edge work providing system engineering & integration (SE&I), Modeling, Simulation and Analysis (MS&A) tools, Digital Engineering (DE), prototyping, Electronic Warfare (EW) and DevSecOPs software development across the DoD and Intelligence Community (IC). LinQuest engineering services and prototypes integrate engineering, testing, operations, and sustainment of critical space, air, maritime and ground system capabilities and programs. As a systems integrator, LinQuest manages the United States Space Force’s entire $127B portfolio of MILSATCOM and ISR space and terrestrial components. These capabilities and programs range from intricate space payloads, ground and sea-based platforms and sensors, to highly complex enterprises architectures comprised of families-of-systems.

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