We’re proud to announce that our CEO & President, Barry Lyerly, is featured in the January 2021 issue of the Aerospace & Defense Review magazine and that we’ve been recognized as one of the Top Defense Manufacturing Solution Providers for 2021.
To ensure the high product quality that we’ve maintained over the years, we’ve moved into a larger facility and installed a new ERP system to integrate throughout the company’s manufacturing, accounting, parts and inventories. To further attest to our quality offerings, we’ve recently obtained the AS9100D and ISO 9001:2015 certifications. To this end, we’ve also invested in a Hexagon Absolution 8525-7 CMM to ensure all our parts stay within certain specifications. And not be left behind on the security end, we’re working with cloud security specialist Port53 to get the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC).
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A&J Manufacturing Company To Celebrate the U.S. Navy’s Newest Amphibious Warship
A&J Manufacturing Company participated in the construction of USS John P. Murtha (LPD 26), the U.S.Navy’s newest San Antonio-class amphibious warship which will be commissioned in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Saturday, October 8.
Our company, A&J Manufacturing which employs over 30 individuals in Tustin, CA, contributed Electronic Enclosure Cabinets and Sliding Shelves to the U.S. Navy’s newest amphibious warship, USS John P. Murtha (LPD 26).
A&J is very excited to celebrate the commissioning of USS John P. Murtha on October 8 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Currently, there are only 30 amphibious warships in the U.S. Navy – eight ships below the stated U.S. Marine Corps minimum requirement – and almost a third of these are unavailable due to much-needed maintenance. Therefore, to ensure future amphibious requirements are sustained, it is critical to maintain the hot production line between the building of amphibious warships – particularly between the currently under-construction LPD 28 and the first of the next generation of amphibious warships, LX(R).
“I think the nation often overlooks the valuable technological skills and expertise of our workers and engineers required to build these massive and complex ships for the country’s defense,” states Brian Schires, Vice President of Naval Marine Programs, Rolls-Royce North America Inc. Rolls-Royce Marine North America built the propellers aboard USS John P. Murtha (LPD 26).
To read more on USS John P. Murtha (LPD 26) and its various capabilities, please visit the commissioning website: http://www.ussjohnpmurthacommissioning.org/the-ship.html
To learn more about amphibious warships, please visit: www.amphibiouswarship.com
PANAMA CITY, Fla., 26 Feb 2013. U.S. Navy shipboard electronics experts will look to A & J Manufacturing Co. in Tustin, Calif., to provide mil-spec electronic enclosures and related equipment for the Multiple Vehicle Communications Systems (MVCS) on two new littoral combat ships (LCS).
Officials of the Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division, Panama City, Fla., have announced their intention to award a sole-source order to A & J Manufacturing for MVCS enclosures and electronic products for the littoral combat ships USS Montgomery (LCS 8) and the USS Little Rock (LCS 9).
A & J, a rack and electronics manufacturing specialist, will build four MVCS electro-magnetic interference (EMI)-resistant electronic enclosures for the Montgomery, and eight MVCS EMI-resistant electronic enclosures for the Little Rock. The amount of the order has yet to be negotiated.
The MVCS is for communications between the LCS surface ship and different mission packages involving mine countermeasures, anti-submarine warfare, and surface warfare.
The MVCS supports communications between the surface mother ship and mission package vehicles that are part of the Remote Multi-Mission Vehicle (RMMV) unmanned vehicle, and the LCS’s Unmanned Influence Sweep System (UISS), which provides stand-off, long-endurance, semi-autonomous minesweeping capability to counter acoustic and magnetic influence sea mines in shallow waters along coasts and harbors.
The Montgomery will be an Independence-class LCS, and the Little Rock is to be a Freedom-class LCS. The Montgomery is under construction by Austral USA in Mobile, Ala.; and the Little Rock is under construction by Marinette Marine Corp. in Marinette, Wis.
In addition to the four EMI-resistant electronic enclosures A & J will build for the Montgomery, A & J also will provide two 2U electronic drawers, 10 cable retractors, 12 mounting brackets, seven slide plate assemblies, four power panels, as well as nuts as gasketing.
In addition to the eight EMI-resistant electronic enclosures that A & J will build for the Little Rock, A & J will provide four 2U drawers, 20 cable retractors, 24 mounting brackets, 14 slide plate assemblies, 10 power panels, as well as nuts and gasketing.
The Navy is awarding a sole-source contract to A & J because the company is the only provider of these kinds of systems that are based on government testing results, meet the necessary commercial and military band certifications and weight restrictions, Navy officials say.
Currently, no other source meets the certification requirements for interoperability with the MVCS, officials say.
For more information contact A & J Manufacturing online at www.aj-racks.com, or the Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division at www.navsea.navy.mil/nswc/panamacity.
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