At The Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) in Orlando, Florida last week, Cape Henry Associates, in partnership with KOVA Global, held a raffle to raise funds to benefit Homes for Our Troops. Homes for Our Troops aids severely injured military veterans by building homes for them. The raffle raised just over $4,000 and the winner of the custom 2004 Big Dog motorcycle was Olav Sandnes of Norway. On behalf of Homes for Our Troops and the veterans they help, thanks to all who participated!
Cape Henry Associates (CHA) traveled to Orlando, Florida last week to participate in I/ITSEC 2016. The Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) is the world’s largest modeling, simulation, and training conference, and celebrated its 50th anniversary this year. CHA held a raffle in partnership with KOVA Global to support Homes for Our Troops, an organization that helps rebuild lives by building functional, mortgage-free homes for severely injured military veterans. Just over $4,000 was raised in support of this cause. To learn more about Homes for Our Troops, visit www.hfotusa.org. To learn more about I/ITSEC, visit www.iitsec.org.
Cape Henry Associates (CHA) will travel to Orlando, Florida this month to participate in I/ITSEC 2016. The Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) is the world’s largest modeling, simulation, and training conference, and will take place November 28 – December 2 this year, its 50th anniversary. CHA will exhibit in Booth #1119 on the West Concourse of the Orange County Convention Center. This year CHA is partnering with KOVA Global in support of Homes for Our Troops, an organization that helps rebuild lives by building functional, mortgage-free homes for severely injured military veterans. CHA and KOVA will raffle off a 2004 Big Dog Motorcycle with brand new, custom paint and a 107-cubic inch (1750 cc) engine. Raffle tickets will be available at the Cape Henry Associates Booth #1119 at the conference. Be sure to stop by the Booth to see what’s new with CHA and purchase tickets to support Homes for Our Troops. To learn more about I/ITSEC, visit http://www.iitsec.org/Pages/default.aspx.
Cape Henry Associates (CHA) has been awarded a cost-plus-fixed-fee, firm-fixed-price task order from the Naval Education and Training Command (NETC) to provide curriculum analyses and planning services in support of Navy Medicine Education and Training Command (NMETC) and the Hospital Corpsman (HM) Basic “A” School. Support will be provided on-site at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas and at CHA headquarters in Virginia Beach, Va.
Cape Henry Associates (CHA) participated in the Fleet and Family Support Center Job Fair Sept. 8. Seamanship and Small Craft Group (SSC) Program Manager Pete Brennan and Unit Manpower Training (UMT) Human Systems Integration Analyst Rayma Byrd represented CHA, ready to talk to prospective candidates about Cape Henry’s mission, values, work areas, and opportunities.
Cape Henry Associates (CHA) recently teamed up with R&P Technologies in pursuit of a $25,495,924.65 contract in support of Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia. The task order, solicited and awarded to R&P Technologies through the Navy’s Seaport-e platform, is scheduled for completion in 2020.
Cape Henry Associates (CHA) Vice President Charles Arrants recently sat down with Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Program Manager Andrew Schwartz on the Virginia Values Veterans (V3) NewsMakers program. A program of the Virginia Department of Veterans Affairs, V3 strives to connect veteran and transitioning service members with civilian employers and offers grants and other assistance to companies willing to share the V3 mission of implementing innovative and successful methods for transitioning and employing veterans in the Virginia work force. CHA was among the first V3 grant recipients. The segment can be seen here. For more information of the V3 program, visit www.dvsv3.com.
Cape Henry Associates (CHA) has been accepted by the Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP) into its VALET Program. VALET (Virginia Leaders in Export Trade) is a two-year program designed to help Virginia businesses expand their international export strategy.
As a new participant in the program, CHA has access to $30,000 in reimbursement funds from the Commonwealth of Virginia, as well as assistance from a team of experienced international service providers such as attorneys, web designers, bankers, translators, and accountants.
Read more about VALET at the VEDP website.
Logistics Services International Inc. (LSI), based in Jacksonville, Fla., is a recipient of an estimated $167,168,947 in multiple award, indefinite-delivery/
In an article published June 29 in Virginia Business, Cape Henry Associates was highlighted for its V3 certification and as one of the first V3 grant recipients. V3 (Virginia Values Veterans) is a free training and certification program for Virginia employers, with the purpose of helping them with recruiting, hiring, and retaining highly skilled veterans. As a company boasting a 75-percent-veteran workforce, Cape Henry recognizes the value of the V3 program to Virginia employers, veterans, and the state’s business climate. Full article at Virginia Business