LSI has been assisting United States Air Force programs for over 50 years. We have a proven success rate in business, aerial equipment, infrastructure, and transportation. Our team helps clients develop years-long strategies focused on sustainable worldwide initiatives.
Our previous experience includes partnerships Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm (MBB) in USAFE, Fokker, and the Societe Anonyme Belge de Constructions Aéronautiques (SABCA) for in theater the development of a F-4 depot capability that would reduce depot CORE workload. Furthermore, LSI assisted MBB in the modification of the F-4 Phantom fighters and General Dynamics’ F-16s for the Luftwaffe.
LSI assisted Europe’s transition from the F-4 to the F-16 planes in the late 1980s. Retired General Paul Bruno led the program office, and he brought together the Europe F-16 EPAF countries and envisioned PROs concept as a way to sustain EPAF F-16s federal military sales.
In 1992, LSI organized the stand-up of Brussels’ SABCA and KAL’s Gimhae F-16 oversea depots and envisioned the F-16 Technical Coordinating Group (TCG) to support the EPAF small fleets. Our partnership provided clients with a strategic voice and provided opportunities to learn about other units. We also provided the technical data and support needed for this project’s success. Moving forward, LSI has replicated the success of the F-16 TCG with the F-15 and C-130s.
LSI has worked diligently to ensure the success of the CCIP, Falcon Star, SLEP’s efforts to modify the F-16s, worked with the SABCA, and assisted SABCA with the win of the A-10 depot workload in Brussels.
LSI and its team of experts led by Sean Slatter were instrumental in the success of the Center for Aerospace & Defense Supplier Quality in Oklahoma. Without LSI, we would not have been able to provide the competent advice that hundreds of Oklahoma aerospace and defense businesses relied upon in seeking to do business with the Department of Defense and prime contractors.”