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IWRP
02/27/2019
SURVICE employees Clark Dutterer (VP, Business Development) and Eric Whiteman (Director, Navy Programs) recently attended the first IWRP Quarterly Industry Day (QID) in San Diego, CA, on February 26.
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aircraft parts
10/11/2018
SURVICE employees Jordan Matthews and Kyle Herr recently attended the Research and Development (R&L) Industry Day on October 3 held by the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) at Fort Belvoir, VA. The event
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Nittany Lion Scan
10/09/2014
University Park, PA – September 19, 2014: Penn State University has released a new promotional video featuring an animation that is based on a 3-D digital model produced by SURVICE Metrology. The 30-s
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oasis contract win
03/21/2014
On February 24, 2014, the General Services Administration (GSA) selected SURVICE as one of now 130 unique vendors for the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) Small Business (SB)
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SURVICE employee Jordan Matthews (left), Governor Martin O'Malley (middle), and SURVICE employee Mark Butkiewicz
06/17/2013
June 17–23, Paris, France – Three SURVICE representatives (Messrs. Mark Butkiewicz, Wink Yelverton, and Jordan Matthews) attended the world’s largest aerospace industry event, the International Paris
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manufacturing engineering magazine article
03/25/2013
The featured article in the March issue of Manufacturing Engineering magazine discusses the growing importance of metrology equipment in the field of aircraft manufacturing. The article also features
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EM Railgun Test
01/22/2013
SURVICE has been supporting the Air Warfare and Naval Weapons Application Division of the Office of Naval Research in its development and operation of EM railgun equipment at its Naval Surface Warfare
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Dennis Stanford with Clovis stone points from the collection of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History. (Photo by Chip Clark)
01/19/2013
Based on the findings of a decade-long study (that SURVICE Metrology supported), archaeologists from the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History have published a new book that challenges some