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ESP Announces Appointment of Chief Operations Officer

July 11, 2023: ESP today announced a new management structure with simplified roles and responsibilities to drive operational excellence. ESP is happy to announce Mr. Gil Taylor as our Chief Operations Officer (COO). John Russell, ESP’s Owner, President and CEO said “We have taken a fresh look at our organizational structure and are realigning our…
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ESP Wins RESFOR Contractor Operation and Maintenance Services (COMS) and Contractor Instructional Services (CIS)

June 6, 2023 - Engineering Support Personnel Inc., (ESP) announced today that it has been awarded the United States Naval Reserve Forces (RESFOR) Contractor Operation and Maintenance Services (COMS) / Contractor Instructional Services (CIS) program. This was an important re-compete of ESP's existing work and the first award under the Fielded Training Systems Support (FTSS) V…
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ESP Opens Jacksonville, FL Aircrew Training Facility

Located outside Naval Air Station Jacksonville, FL, ESP's Aircrew Training Facility houses a full-scale, P-3C Orion Operational Flight Trainer (OFT), 737-800 Cockpit Procedures Trainer (CPT) and 737-800 desktop navigation trainer. ESP's P-3C OFT is fully operational and complete with accurate engine and instrument panels, hydraulic control loading and navigation systems. The ESP P-3C OFT is…
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ESP Launches Calypso!

Engineering Support Personnel, Inc. (ESP) provides an affordable, self-contained navigation flight simulator, utilizing X-Plane 12®. Our device can be used for flight pro­ce­dures, aircraft startup, flight, and shut­down. You can per­form landing approaches, hold­ing pro­ce­dures, G-1000 navigation, fly pre-loaded missions or “Free Fly”. Our simulator can be used by anyone. No special training required. Calypso…
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Beech 1900C/D Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD) for Sale

Engineering Support Personnel, Inc. (ESP) provides a reconfigurable Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD), currently in the design of a Beechcraft 1900 C/D configuration. With a small amount of work, it can easily be configured into a King Air model of your choice. It is a highly immersive, cockpit-specific, training device for turbine aircraft. For more…
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