For more than 30 years FAAC has provided systems engineering and software products to the U.S. government and private industry. We take a hands-on approach to developing our solutions, conducting tactical land and air combat analyses, and developing analytical models and simulations. The result is turnkey training systems for the US military and their related industrial contractors. Our services encompass all stages of a job, from problem definition to conceptual innovation and final solution. This work draws on our expertise in:
- air and land warfare tactics
- electronic warfare
- training ranges
- weapon system trainers
- weapon guidance
- tactical air and surface-launched weapons
- threat air defenses (surface-to-air and air-to-air)
FAAC is the world’s leading supplier of accurate high-speed weapon system simulations. Our experience performing this work over the past 30 years has resulted in an excellent reputation with both developmental and operational military activities.
We’ve been involved with distributed simulations since the inception of DIS standards development. In fact, FAAC personnel hold leadership positions on the DIS Workshop and has developed diverse products based on our unique weapon simulations and DIS expertise. This unique skill set led us to develop numerous Department of Defense programs and, ultimately, begin building our business in the commercial sector.
We were the first to develop an interactive, reconfigurable truck driving simulator for commercial training. The simulator combines a high degree of realism with the ability to create various scenarios from the Instructor Operator Station. The design flexibility of this unit provides a cost effective and safe method for driver training and testing.
Since then we’ve applied our unique expertise to creating high-fidelity weapon models, graphical databases, and intelligent automated behavior models to the entertainment industry, including a PC-based air combat game called “Back to Baghdad.”
We’ve built our success by staying true to our commitment to the principles of customer satisfaction, concern for our employees, business integrity and community involvement. We consistently deliver on time and on budget, and we continually strive to improve our ability to develop the highest quality products and solutions.
FAAC is ISO 9001:2008 certified
GSA Schedule 69, Contract GS-02F-1429H, and GSA Schedule 871, Contract GS-10F-0017U
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Dean M. Krutty – President, Senior Management Team Member
Mr. Krutty became President of the Simulation Division in January 2005, after having spent the prior thirteen years as a member of the FAAC management team. He has been with the organization since 1987. Mr. Krutty holds a B.S. in electrical engineering from the Michigan State University. Mr. Krutty oversees all day-to-day operations at FAAC, including defining and implementing corporate processes to ensure quality and promote productivity. He is also responsible for all phases of program execution and reporting, and provides marketing and proposal support to our business development group.
Kurt A. Flosky – Executive Vice President, Senior Management Team Member
Mr. Flosky became President of the Simulation Division in January 2005, after having spent the prior ten years as a member of the FAAC management team. He has been with the organization since 1990. Mr. Flosky holds a M.S and B.S. in aerospace engineering from the University of Michigan. Mr. Flosky coordinates directly with the President regarding the executive direction and monitoring of company performance. He is part of the FAAC Management Team, and directs coordination of corporate marketing efforts, as well as the preparation, review and evaluation of the corporate business plan.
Thomas J. Paup – Chief Financial Officer, Senior Management Team Member
Mr. Paup has been Chief Financial Officer since joining the company in 2005. Mr. Paup was an Affiliated Partner with McMillan/Doolittle LLP from March 2002 until accepting this position with us, and prior thereto, he was an Executive in Residence and Finance Instructor at DePaul University’s Kellstadt Graduate School of Business as well as a Finance Lecturer at Eastern Michigan University. Prior to his teaching experience, Mr. Paup spent over 25 years in the retail industry. Most recently, between 1997 and 2000, Mr. Paup was the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer and member of the Board of Directors of Montgomery Ward and Company. Mr. Paup brings a broad background of strategic and operational management experiences. Mr. Paup holds an MBA in Finance and a BBS from Eastern Michigan University.
John P. Eisenhardt – Director of Advance Projects, Senior Management Team Member
Mr. Eisenhardt has spent the last 35 years specifying, designing, and implementing training systems at both the hardware and software level. He is the principal technical resource in many areas: software architecture, simulation, weapon systems, tactical decision-making and decision-aiding software, and system analysis. He monitors all FAAC IRAD projects. Mr. Eisenhardt is the System Engineer for U.S. Army Virtual Convoy Training System.
Todd Glenn – Director of Military Business Development, Senior Management Team Member
Mr. Glenn has been with FAAC as a Military Business Development Representative since 2006 and was named Director in January 2011. He directs a team of employees and consultants in marketing FAAC’s proven capabilities and coordinating with military customers in positioning the company to respond to customer training requirements. Prior to joining FAAC, Mr. Glenn spent 20 years in the Marine Corps as a Naval Flight Officer in F/A-18Ds. During the last 6 years prior to his military retirement, Mr. Glenn was Level III certified in Program Management and served in Defense procurement billets associated with Marine Corps Training Systems. He served as a Project Manager for the Marine Corps’ Program Manager for Training Systems, Fixed-Wing Aviation Liaison Officer for the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division, and as a Deputy Program Manager, PMA-205 at NAVAIR Headquarters.
David Bouwkamp – Director of Commercial Business Development, Senior Management Team Member
Mr. Bouwkamp joined FAAC in 2006 as the Director of Business Development for the Commercial Division and a member of the Senior Management Team. Mr. Bouwkamp oversees the strategic planning and budget for the division, supervises marketing /sales staff, product development, and strategic partnerships. Mr. Bouwkamp received his B.S. in Finance from the Kelly School of Business at Indiana University. His experience in finance and entrepreneurship has been a positive influence in the management of the commercial division.
Steve Olson – Director of Commercial Vehicle Operations
Mr. Olson has been with FAAC since 2000. He was named Director in 2005 due to his proven ability to develop and manage productions programs for police, fire, rail and truck simulators. He oversees programs, planning, scheduling and managing the technical effort, and acts as customer liaison. Prior to his FAAC career, Mr. Olson spent 20 years in the aerospace industry, primarily in flight simulation research and development.
Randal Houston – Director of Military Operations
Mr. Houston oversees all flight/weapon simulation contracts at FAAC. He is responsible for marketing, bid and proposal efforts, program conduct, and staffing. Mr. Houston also serves as Program Manager for the complete set of Zone Acquisition Process (ZAP) programs and the Joint Strike Fighter Airborne Missile Trajectory Event Modeler (AMTEM) programs. Mr. Houston has been with FAAC since 1990 and has worked on numerous Military Operations hardware modeling projects.