Composite Defense Structures

At Advanced Composites Inc., we believe that our servicemen and servicewomen deserve the best equipment and weaponry. The American warfighter should be outfitted with the lightest, strongest and most tactically useful gear on the planet. Which is why ACI is proud to serve as a supplier of carbon, aramid and fiberglass components for some of the most innovative defense structures and projects out there.

Composites a good option for military demands.

Composites are an obvious first choice to meet the extreme strength-to-weight, durability and structural requirements of the military arena; for this reason, composite materials are rapidly replacing metals in many facets of defense construction.

Advanced Composites Inc. has a proven record of defense manufacturing.

As a critical supplier to the defense industry, Advanced Composites Inc. prototypes parts and systems, in addition to manufacturing production runs for various defense applications. We have produced composite structures for many defense structures and projects such as the M22 guided missile launcher, the portable TACAN radar assembly scanning mechanism, the Javelin missile trainer, the GSRS rocket launching system, the Sea Knight helicoptor and more. From armor piercing munitions to nuclear submarine drivetrain components, Advanced Composites Inc. has manufactured a wide range of quality composite products for major defense contractors, as well as for the DoD.

Tight tolerances for defense structures and projects? No problem.

As a veteran manufacturer of defense-related contracts, Advanced Composites Inc. understands the necessity of precise execution and rigorous discipline. We’re accustomed to meeting demanding deadlines, stringent specifications and complex geometries. We maintain our ISO 9001:2008 with ASO100C quality certification and follow all DPAS protocols.

100330-M-6001S-263 DJIBOUTI (March 30, 2010) Marines from Tank platoon, 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit (24th MEU), cross a live fire range using M1A1 Abrams tanks alongside the French Foreign Legion’s ERC90 Light Armored Vehicles from the 13th Demi-Brigade in Djibouti. Marines assigned to 24th MEU performed a series of sustainment and joint exercises alongside French military service members. The 24th MEU is on a seven-month deployment as part of the Nassau Amphibious Ready Group. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alex C. Sauceda/Released)