Vertex is the largest contract employer on the air station with more than 400 employees. Vertex holds the maintenance contract for the T-45 Goshawk, through Training Air Wing TWO and the Chief of Naval Air Training Command (CNATRA).
Vertex Aerospace, based in Madison, Miss., provides aviation maintenance and logistics support primarily for U.S. government customers. The corporation has more than 11,000 employees at 300 locations worldwide (33 states and 32 countries), supporting 3,600 military and government aircraft, ground vehicles and systems in our nation’s global fight on terrorism.
Fidelity Technologies, Inc.
Fidelity Technologies holds the contract for Simulator Instruction for Training Air Wing TWO. About 30 retired military and civilian pilots instruct students during their simulator training syllabus.
Rolls Royce, Inc.
Rolls-Royce handles all engine maintenance for the T-45 Goshawk, which is powered by a Rolls-Royce engine. Rolls-Royce employees also operate the air station's Jet Engine Test Cell facility.