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MAG Aerospace- Aerospace firm opens big new facility in technology center in Fort Walton Beach

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“Special thanks to ParsCo for the construction of our new offices. It went exceedingly smooth.”
– Chad Vuyovich, MAG Aerospace Director
MagAerospace Opening Ceremony MAG Aerospace, a leading provider of military intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance services including manned and unmanned flights, dedicated a new 25,000-square-foot technology integration and support center (TISC) Friday January 11, 2018 on Anchors Street in Fort Walton Beach.

The new facility will be known as the Col. John T. Carney Center of Excellence in honor of John T. Carney, who led the first combat controller team during the first Gulf War. The center will be the first technology facility to house multiple military program offices, along with government representatives and commercial product engineers. That arrangement is designed to hasten innovation and get products and services more quickly into the field.

‚ÄúIn the past, special warfare ground operators would receive equipment directly from a program office that may or may not operate with other program office products or commercial off-the-shelf equipment,‚ÄĚ said Chad Vuyovich, director of AFSOC Programs for MAG Aerospace.

MAG Aerospace will also use its new facility to help improve access to information on the battlefield.

ParsCo is very proud to have completed this construction project that will serve and defend the United States and it’s service members.

Brigadier General Holt AFSOC SA Mag Aerospace Construction Contractor Magsero Fort Walton Beach Amir Fooladi Alex Bracy
Learn more about MAG Aerospace.

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Christmas Party

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Our 2018 Christmas party was a success!  Celebrating friendship, counting blessings and lots of laughter and smile.

A great memory for the books.

The Pensacola Yacht Club hosted our dinner event.  Flowers by Fiore.  A white elephant gift party.  Good people and great times.

Merry Christmas 2018 from ParsCo.

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Home Builders Association of West Florida 

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The Home Builders Association of West Florida¬† (HBA) is a dynamic, volunteer-driven organization dedicated to ensuring safe, affordable housing for the people of Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties while protecting and representing its members so their businesses can grow and prosper in a free market economy.¬† Founded in 1950, the Home Builders Association of West Florida is dedicated to promoting and protecting Northwest Florida’s housing industry.

Join the HBA of West Florida today!

Benefits of the HBA of West Florida:

  • Governmental Affairs Support. …
  • Consumer¬†Connections. …
  • Educational¬†Opportunities. …
  • Networking Opportunities. …
  • Industry Information. …
  • National Membership. …
  • Cost¬†Savings. …
  • Marketing¬†Opportunities
  • ….and golfing!

 

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Medal of Honor tribute at Hurlburt AFB

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Three new displays were revealed last week within the newly renamed John A. Chapman Building including a Medal of Honor tribute at Hurlburt AFB.

ParsCo is proud to have completed the Medal of Honor tribute in a very short period of time.

In the display holds a photo of ‚ÄúChappy‚ÄĚ, a detailed summary of The Battle of Takur Ghar, the history of the Medal of Honor, Chapman‚Äôs award citation and a Medal of Honor decoration.

Dedicated to special tactics operators lost during combat operations and training…your courage and sacrifices will not be forgotten.

We thank you for your service.

Read more about Chapman’s sacrifices here.

Chapnman Hurlburt AFB

 

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Security Films

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WindowSafety and security films may be barely noticeable, but they help reduce the effects of all kinds of rough treatment such as break-ins, vandalism, accidents, and even nature’s dangerous whims.

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On The Job Site: Heat Stress Prevention

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Heat Stress Prevention

Blair Chapman, Pensacola FL

There are a variety of steps crews can take before heat-related illness strikes on a job site, including:

1.¬†Acclimate slowly: It generally takes five days of working at least 1¬Ĺ hours per day for the body to become acclimated. Check weather forecasts for heat wave information.

2. Dress for summer. Lightweight, light-colored clothing reflects heat and sunlight and helps your body maintain normal temperatures. Long sleeves and pants are still necessary to protect your body from flying debris and other safety hazards.

3. Wear a hat or sun visor.

4. Eat small meals and salty snacks throughout the day.

5. Drink plenty of water or other non-alcoholic, non-caffeinated fluids. Your body needs fluids to keep cool, and you should drink them even if you don’t feel thirsty. Drink one pint of water every 15 to 20 minutes in extreme heat. Urine should be clear. If it’s dark, you are probably dehydrated.

6. Do not take salt tablets unless specified by a physician.

7. Take frequent breaks in shaded or air-conditioned areas.

8. Use the buddy system to keep an eye on your co-workers.

9. Some medications can make you more susceptible to heat illnesses. Check with your doctor or pharmacist to find out if any medicine you are taking could affect you while working in the heat.

10. Do the heaviest work during the coolest part of the day. This is usually between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m.

Additional Reading:
https://www.osha.gov/dts/osta/otm/otm_iii/otm_iii_4.html

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