TCOM Family of Aerostats

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TCOM Family of Aerostats

Created on: Sep-09-2014   Last updated: Sep-11-2014


7.75"x5.75" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - Color - Photo Book
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With operations in over a dozen countries around the world, TCOM is the global authority in airborne persistent surveillance solutions. For over 40 years, TCOM innovations have defined the industry, and our pioneering achievements continue to revolutionize the design, manufacture and deployment of LTA systems. With corporate headquarters in Columbia, MD and manufacturing and testing facilities in Elizabeth City, NC, TCOM is the world’s only company solely devoted to the design, fabrication, installation and operation of persistent surveillance aerostat systems. Our complete platform solutions include numerous classes of aerostats that can each be equipped with a broad selection of proven payloads that are customizable for specific customer requirements.

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Graduated with a Masters in Contemporary Communications in 2010 from the College of Notre Dame in Baltimore, MD. For my final project I created a website of Maryland museums searchable by county and city. I also received a Bachelors degree in Corporate Communication from the University of Baltimore.

I am a member of the Mason Dixon Line Preservation Partnership (MDLPP) and maintain their website/ Facebook page. I assist in efforts to locate and restore original Mason Dixon Line boundary markers that have been in existence since the 1760's.

I love local Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland history. I organize guided tours of Civil War sites, historic mansions and area museums with the goal of bringing people with diverse historical interests together.

I've participated in living history by crafting period letters to the members of the 53rd PVI. I volunteer and assists my local animal rescue by fostering domestic and feral cats in the Greater Baltimore Area. I am also employed by TCOM.