Northrop Grumman’s Unmanned Systems Sustainment Center (USSC) organization
is located in Sierra Vista, Ariz., with facilities close to Fort Huachuca.
USSC provides a wide range of cost effective Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS)
support and sustainment services and has more than a decade of experience in
operational and deployed UAS support services with various Department of Defense
and other government organizations.
As the leader in UAS services, the center has more than 150,000 combat flight
hours providing superior support on numerous unmanned systems including Hunter,
LEMV, Global Hawk, BAMS-D, Fire Scout, Bat, and Firebird. We have unique UAS
flight test locations and support services in Southern Arizona and at Dugway,
Utah, which currently serves as the main test site for U.S. Army UAS.
USSC has a robust supportability business with an exceptional track record in
UAS and proven performance in providing support to many diverse and complex DoD
programs. Our experienced staff of logistics engineers, tech writers, and
training developers is well versed in reliability, availability and
maintainability analysis, human factors engineering, training & technical
publication development, obsolescence management, parts provisioning, and
logistics management information. At USSC all logistics functions are collocated
under one manager providing a central point of contact.
With Hunter depot operations in Sierra Vista and other support services
around the globe, USSC has proven integration, reset and retrofit capabilities.
Whether it be Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Ground Control Stations, unmanned
payloads (over 40 integrated to date), or other tactical military electronic
equipment, USSC is a highly cost-effective integration partner. The Sierra Vista
location is more than 123,000 square feet with significant room for growth and
is conveniently located to support U.S. Army and Department of Homeland Security