TSI Receives Task Order to Provide Engagement Skills Training at Fort Jackson; Al Thomas Quoted

Jeff Brody

Thomas Solutions Incorporated (TSI) announced on Tuesday that the company has received a task order to support Training Support Systems Enterprise (TSS-E) Mission Support Services and provide Engagement Skills Training (EST II) at Fort Jackson, SC for the U.S. Army Training Support Center (ATSC). 

EST II is designed to simulate live weapon training events that directly support individual and crew-served weapons qualification, including individual marksmanship, small unit collective and judgmental escalation-of-force exercises in a controlled environment.

“We look forward to strengthening the skills and competencies of our Warfighters with excellence” said Al Thomas, president of TSI.

About Thomas Solutions Incorporated

The TSI Senior Advisory Board members consist of TSI president, Al Thomas, LTG(R) Raymond Palumbo, Lt Gen(R) Trask, LTG(R) John F. Mulholland Jr, and  LtGen(R) Jon “Dog” Davis.

Our passion is to provide unmatched customer service and agility for clients who may have challenging requirements in complex environments. We seek strong relationships with our customers to ensure that we consistently meet or exceed their needs. We rely on our dedicated employees to expertly deliver our services from our “customer is always right” corporate culture.

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