May 19, 2022

Art & Lifestyle:

CTSi Earns Honors for Innovative Work During Pandemic

Pandemic

Coherent Technical Services Inc. is being honored for its resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic.

So. MD Innovates Plans Holiday Mixer

Mixer

Join Southern Maryland Innovates for a holiday game night mixer at Willows Recreation Center on December 9.

Sanders-Reed Joins Staff at CTSi

Coherent Technology Services

Dr. Jack Sanders-Reed has joined the staff at CTSi.

CTSi Wins SBIR for Air/Ship Embedded Training Environment

CTSi Coherent Technical

Coherent Technical Services Inc. has earned a Phase I Small Business Innovation Research award from the Office of Naval Research to develop a Simulated Air Scenario Embedded Training environment for both pilots and ship personnel.

CTSi Expanding in Downtown Lexington Park

CTSi Coherent Technical

Coherent Technical Services Inc. (CTSi), a locally owned company offering engineering and technology services, has chosen St. Mary’s Square in Lexington Park for its expansion into a 40,000-square-foot facility.

Coherent Technical Services Chooses St. Mary’s

CTSi Coherent Technical

Coherent Technical Services Inc. (CTSi), a locally-owned company offering engineering and technology services, has chosen St. Mary’s County for its expansion into a 40,000-square-foot facility.

More Troops Headed to the Middle East

More service members, intelligence aircraft, engineers, and fighter pilots are heading to the Middle East as a “prudent defensive measure” against Iran.

System Provides Visibility in the Dark

Visibility in the Dark

The Patuxent Partnership member CTSi and partner Blue Wolf have completed Department of Defense environmental testing of their newly created covert lighting system to be used in land, airborne, and maritime missions.

Morning Coffee: DoD Exec Defends “Poseidon”

A DoD acquisition executive responded this week to a negative report on the Navy’s Boeing P-8A Poseidon aircraft.

Restored DoD Funds to Reduce Civilian Furlough Days

The president, some senators and the Pentagon push for military budget relief and the first pilot to break the sound barrier suggests a less expensive aircraft.