DOD/DHS in Michigan
From the UP to S.E. Michigan, national security assets can be found all over Michigan
U.S. Army Detroit Arsenal
Home to 10 Commands that include Acquisition, Logistics, Technology and Research & Development. 70% of everything the Army buys is contracted through Army Contracting Command Detroit Arsenal. Army Futures Command, also located at the Detroit Arsenal leads the Ground Vehicles System Center (GVSC) which is the Ground Vehicles Center of Excellent and Next Generation Combat Vehicle (NGCV).
NGCV CFT – Next Generation Combat Vehicle – Cross Functional Team – Army Futures Command
ILSC – Integrated Logistics Support Center
OSBP – Dept of Army Office of Small Business Programs
TACOM LCMC Office of Small Business – Tank Automotive and Armaments Command – Life Cycle Management Command
DLA/ACC-DTA – Defense Logistics Agency Army Contracting Command – Detroit Arsenal
GVSC – Ground Vehicle Systems Center
PEO CS&CSS/ACC-DTA Support – Combat Systems and Combat System Support/Army Contract Command
PEO GCS /ACC-DTA – Ground Combat Systems/Army Contract Command
PEO CS&CSS/Support/OEM/Industry – Combat Systems and Combat System Support/Original Equipment Manufacturer
PEO GCS/OEM/Industry – Ground Combat Systems/Original Equipment Manufacturer
DoD Assets in Michigan
127th Wing, Selfridge ANG
110th Attack Wing
Fort Custer Training Center
U.S. Defense Logistics Agency
Camp Grayling Joint Maneuver Training Center
Alpena Combat Readiness Training Center
DMVA / National Guard
In addition to supporting the Michigan National Guard via such programs as tuition assistance, DMVA is focused on providing our state’s 700,000 veterans with employment, health care, education, homes and quality of life initiatives.
Michigan’s military veterans served their country. Now, it’s our turn to serve them.
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U.S Coast Guard District 9
The Ninth Coast Guard District is responsible for all Coast Guard operations throughout the five Great Lakes, the Saint Lawrence Seaway and parts of the surrounding states including 6,700 miles of shoreline and 1,500 miles of the international border with Canada.
The 6,000 active duty, reserve, civilian and auxiliary men and women who make up the Ninth District deliver multi-mission services in search and rescue, maritime safety and security, environmental protection, maritime law enforcement, aids to navigation and icebreaking.