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The Defense Microelectronics Activity has supported thousands of clients, including a wide range of Department of Defense organizations, as well as the defense interests of our allies.

Our clients have included non-military organizations such as the National Atmospheric and Oceanic Administration, U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Department of Justice.

We also count among our clients many universities and commercial companies.
Latest Stories

DMEA Demonstrates Unique Ability
No other organization in the world can do what DMEA does. The Army installation at Tobyhanna knows that firsthand.

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DMEA assists B-2 program to Avoid Costs of $32M
The B-2 program projected a $54M costly Redesign for their Defensive Management System (DMS) due to Supportability problems for their DMS as a last result they asked DMEA to look at their problems and provide options.

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Keeping The B-2 Flying 
The one-of-a-kind B-2 bomber, an aircraft designed to fly itself, is already a victim of complex microelectronics issues. Tinker Air Force Base knows that without DMEA, it wouldn’t be flying.

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The Expertise to Develop New Technologies. We’ve Got That Too.
DMEA worked with the Navy to develop new technologies to give fighter pilots the information they needed in real time.

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Satellite Weather System - Keeping Up With The Technology
To upgrade its satellite data handling system quickly, the Air Force went through DMEA’s Advanced Technology Support Program. It took only four weeks, instead of the usual 18 months to place on contract.

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Access To Proprietary Industry Data Means Permanently Supportable Technology
DMEA’s access to proprietary semiconductor industry data and its state-of-the-art expertise are key to the support of the Army’s Multiple-Launch Rocket System.


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Undisputed Experts: Almost Too Good To Be True
DMEA not only replaces antiquated electronics but it does so at reduced cost, and the parts we make are often more reliable and capable than the original ones. NATO’s Rockets/Missiles Program uses DMEA circuit cards.

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DMEA extends the Life of Submarine Enhanced Emergency Alert System (SEEAS) Buoy to year 2025
The Navy required the Submarine Enhanced Emergency Alert System (SEEAS) to be supportable until 2025 when the system would be replaced.

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Navy & Raytheon request DMEAís support to eliminate obsolescence
DMEA using their systematic Total Life Cycle management approach developed new and creative options to solve the Navy and Raytheonís obsolescence problem on their Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile (ESSM).

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Access to Industry - On Time and Within Budget

“...The Aegis Program has employed the services and support of your specialized and unique organization to assist in the development of an unmanned computer cabinet for the AEGIS Combat System. [You] have provided rapid access to industry for the insertion of commercial off-the-shelf advanced technology into mission critical equipment.

We wish to convey our appreciation for the professional manner in which you and your technical staff have performed... fully responsive to our requests for action. Most importantly, the program is on schedule and within budget.


K.K. Paige, AEGIS Program Manager
Arlington, Virginia

 
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