About us

Northern Virginia OmniVersatile Solutions, LLC (NVOS) is a service providing, veteran-owned small business. Our US management team partners with local national firms around the world who work directly with forwarding deployed US citizen NVOS employees. Our senior leadership staff has over 120 years of combined success in contracting, managing and creating value. NVOS also has extensive executive leadership experience in corporate and government service. NVOS is rapidly deployable and able to operate in the most austere environments.

CORE COMPETENCIES

• Aviation-based Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance
• Unmanned Aircraft Technologies
• Air Transport Operations
• Program Management
• International Construction
• Construction Management
• Facility Management
• Facility De-militarization and Base De-construction
• Master Planning
• Life Support Services and Maintenance
• Training Support Packages
• Local National Workforce Management
• Fiber Optics Cable Installation and Repair
• Security Operations
• US Government Contracts

MISSION STATEMENT

Lead the way to manage the toughest missions and overcome any challenge with innovative solutions…anytime, anywhere, worldwide!

VISION STATEMENT

To be the partner of choice for worldwide businesses and government entities providing innovative, practical, and cost-effective solutions to overcome challenges and obstacles through our unique ability to rapidly mobilize, operate in any environment, and maximize resources not available to our competitors. We create solutions.

Our best Marketing knowledge provider (BestMattress.top Company)

We want to thank and mention all the sponsors that were there for us when we needed them the most, we can’t list them all but the one that we can’t forget is the best mattress company that helped us in the online marketing knowledge. and gave us many business ideas and how actually internet is a great place to find customers by using their marketing strategy.

Leadership, Collaboration, Integrity, Accountability, Diversity, Passion

Here at NVOS all of our work is focused by our company values to help deliver customer satisfaction and to guarantee the best solutions possible.

 

PROJECTS

Our experienced staff is highly skilled in installing and operating fiber optic networks in the most difficult environments.
NVOS has already completed the Rapid Reaction Tunnel Detection Sensor Installations (R2TD) for the Kabul, Shindand, and Mazar-e- Sharif sites. All completed projects were finished ahead of schedule and within the budget. Scroll down to see our projects.

NVOS UAV

SPECIFICATIONS

Wing Span: 75 inches/1900 mm
Length: 51 inches / 1300 mm
Cruise Speed: 25mph / 40km/hr.
Camera Options: Fixed, Zoom, Thermal, etc.
Max Speed: 62 mph / 100 km/hr.
Stall Speed: 9 mph / 15 km/hr.
Max Altitude: 16,000ft / 4877 meters MSL estimated; Operational altitude 100’ – 1,000’ AGL
Maximum Operating Radius: 15miles / 24 km estimated; max range test
Maximum Take-off Weight: 7.7 lb. / 3500 grams
Normal Flight Time: 180+ minutes; various battery configurations available

AUTOPILOT SYSTEM CAPABILITIES

“Fly-by-wire”/ aided mode – The autopilot can take care of airspeed, altitude, pitch, roll, heading or turn rate for you, or let you control or “nudge” any or all of these in a simplified way. It acts as a kind of “cruise control.”
Panic Button – Immediately assist or assume control and quickly act to bring the plane to desired roll, pitch, and airspeed. Even if your plane happens in a steep inverted dive with runaway airspeed.
Autonomous Loiter – You can tell the autopilot to loiter your aircraft at a fixed altitude at its current location, or to return to “home” and loiter. In loiter mode, the NVOS UAV faces into the wind, drifts with the wind for a short distance then powers up to return to the loiter location. This method maximizes duration by minimizing the power required to remain at a constant location. At no point does it turn downwind which would result in having to expend too much energy to compensate for turning downwind.
Autonomous Landing – Without human intervention, the autopilot can land a plane consistently on a narrow runway, even in a crosswind. It intelligently manages landing pattern and glideslope to minimize overshoot or undershoot. If remote control contact is lost and cannot be reestablished for some reason such as a dead transmitter battery, the autopilot will initially return to home location and loiter. Once the battery becomes low, the autopilot will automatically enter landing mode.
Automatic Preflight Check – Rudder and aileron to the right indicates “don’t fly!” because, for instance, the battery is too low or the control signal is too weak. Wagging to the left signals “proceed with caution” because the battery is getting low, or GPS has lost its signal or some other sensor that the autopilot depends upon is compromised. Elevator wagged up and down shows “All OK to fly.”

NVOS AVIATION PROJECT EXPERTISE

U.S. ARMY RAPID EQUIPPING FORCE FUNDED “BLACK KNIGHT” UAV

NVOS leaders were requested by Army REF to develop a UAV with sensor payloads to protect Forward Operating Bases. Within 6 weeks, NVOS successfully developed and demonstrated a UAV with the autonomous capability and a 250 lb. payload. NVOS was later able to increase the payload capability to 520 lbs.

NVOS SHORT TAKEOFF/LANDING AIRCRAFT

NVOS can field its rugged 2-Seater and 4-Seater Extreme Short Take Off/Landing Aircraft to support security missions in challenging environments.

MAZAR-E-SHARIF AFGHANISTAN FIBER INSTALLATION

NVOS mobilized a team of US Citizens to the site to manage construction of a 11 km fiber optic cable install. The NVOS team supervised several subcontractors including arranging for off site accommodation and office space. The ISAF base consisted of Mazar-E.-Sharif which was German controlled and Camp John Pratt which was U.S controlled.

Typical On The Ground Tasks
– Construct concrete generator fuel containment systems
– Handle/install of Fiber Optic Cable to prevent micro-bends
– Bore horizontal holes and install conduit to pass under concrete structures such as taxiways
– Install electrical switchgear to power icons
– Operate ground penetrating radar to locate existing facilities
– Provide MHE to install tricons, generators, and clear trenching path
– Coordinate with DPW (or equivalent) for dig permits, utility locations, road closure
– Earn flight line safety certifications in order to communicate with tower to conduct installs on active airfields

Start/End Dates: May 15, 2013 and completion date was July 8, 2013.

Required Equipment: RT95, RT55, Model 650 Bobcat, ground penetrating radar (GPR) and hand held scanner.

KABUL AFGHANISTAN FIBER INSTALLATION

The project consisted of installing 10.1 kilometers of fiber optic cable for the major NATO headquarters in Afghanistan. We constructed the utility system through an existing headquarters installation and on an active runway. Our crew expertly managed the schedule to minimize disruption to mission activities including the daily operation of one of Afghanistan’s busiest commercial airports.Project Start/End Dates: March 14, 2013 and completion date was May 23, 2013.Typical Tasks
– Cost and Schedule Control
– Quality Control and Assurance
– Construct concrete generator fuel containment systems
– Handle/install of Fiber Optic Cable to prevent micro-bends
– Bore horizontal holes and install conduit to pass under concrete structures such as taxiways
– Install electrical switch gear to power tricons
– Operate ground penetrating radar to locate existing facilities
– Provide MHE to install tricons, generators, and clear trenching path
– Coordinate with DPW (or equivalent) for dig permits, utility locations, road closure
– Earn flight line safety certifications in order to communicate with tower to conduct installs on active airfields

 

SHINDAND AFGHANISTAN FIBER INSTALLATION

FOB Shindand: NVOS mobilized and constructed a fiber optic cable utility project almost 20 Kms in length. Construction time was approximately 30 days. Our management team consisted of US citizens who found great Afghan partner firms to finish this long installation in record time. Our quality team members ensured the rapidly moving project was completed safely, on time, and within budget. We understand the need to listen to our customers. Throughout the project, we provided daily progress updates and made required adjustments based on customer desires.

Typical Daily Work Included
– Cut roadway pavement.
– Repair concrete and asphalt road cuts
– Construct concrete generator fuel containment systems
– Handle/install Fiber Optic Cable to prevent micro-bends
– Install electrical switch gear to power tricons
– Operate ground penetrating radar to locate existing facilities
– Provide MHE to install tricons, generators, and clear trenching path
– Coordinate with DPW (or equivalent) for dig permits, utility locations, road closure
– Manage Cost and Schedule

 

OUR TEAM

Mr. Mark Gillespie

is the Chief Executive Officer of Northern Virginia OmniVersatile Solutions, LLC, which specializes in defense contracting to the U.S. Government with over $16 million in current contracts. Mr. Gillespie is an Airborne Ranger and West Point graduate who served 20 years in the U.S. Army serving in various command and staff positions including as a professor at West Point and an advisor in the Office of the Secretary of Defense.  He has graduate degrees from both Yale University and Georgetown University.  After retirement from active duty, Mr. Gillespie entered private business as a managing director of a multinational manufacturing firm and after 9/11/2001 returned to managing defense oriented projects in Iraq and Afghanistan valued at over $210 million dollars and supervising over 800 personnel in several foreign countries. Mr. Gillespie is a pilot and has over three years managing UAV project development.

Mr. Mike Johnson

is the Vice President of Aviation Operations for Northern Virginia OmniVersatile Solutions, LLC.  Mr. Johnson is an Airborne Ranger, Aviator and a graduate of West Point, with 20 years of service in the  U.S. Army in Armor, Aviation, and Acquisition assignments. Serving as the G-3 Plans Officer for the 2nd Mechanized Infantry Brigade and later as G-3 Air for the 4th Infantry Division, he understands Air Space Coordination and participated in Joint Air Attack missions.  He studied business at Harvard, and has a graduate degree in contracting from the Florida Institute of Technology.  Mr. Johnson is certified Level III in Program Management by the Department of Defense, a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), and a helicopter pilot, rated in OH-58A, OH-58C, AH-1G, AH-1S, AH-1(ECAS) and UH-1.  Mr. Johnson co-authored a book for OSD on Simulation Based Acquisition.  He came to NVOS after 10 years with Northrop Grumman as their business develop manager and later as department manager in simulation training systems.

Dr. Bruce Jette

is the Chief Technology Advisor for Northern Virginia OmniVersatile Solutions, LLC.  Dr. Jette is a West Point graduate and holds a Ph.D. in Physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. While on active duty, Dr. Jette was the U.S. Army’s program manager for the successful development of two Special Electronic Mission Aircraft and became the Army Chief of Staff’s Technology Advisor. Dr. Jette was directed by the Vice Chief of Staff of the Army to organize and become the first director of the U.S. Army’s Rapid Equipping Force.

Mr. Walid Majroh

is the Director of Operations for Afghanistan for Northern Virginia OmniVersatile Solutions, LLC.  Mr. Majroh was a Brigade Commander of the Mujahedeen fighting against the Soviet Union’s forces in Afghanistan during the 1980s. During the 1990s, Mr. Majroh fled the internal fighting and became an American citizen. Subsequent to 9/11/2001, Mr. Majroh became the translator and advisor to the U.S. Commander in Afghanistan, General McNeil in 2002. Mr. Majroh later served as the Manager of Operations for Afghanistan for Titan Corporation in charge of managing the linguist services supporting the Coalition forces in Afghanistan. Mr. Majroh has demonstrated ability to organize specialized technical teams to successfully perform services for the U.S. military in Afghanistan.

Mr. Jud Cook

PE, is the Vice President of Engineering for Northern Virginia OmniVersatile Solutions, LLC.  Mr. Cook is a high performing executive with 29 years of engineering experience.  As the former Chief Engineer for US Central Command and the Gulf Region Engineer for the US Army Corps of Engineers, he has in-depth knowledge of large scope engineering programs, leadership, relationship building, and delivering on time within budget.  His track record of leading dispersed teams, extensive government and international experience, and ability to push through ambiguity ensures customer organizations he is supporting succeed.  Mr. Cook is a graduate of West Point and has graduate degrees from the University of Texas and the US Army War College.

Mr. Simone Azzalin

Is the chief UAV Technician and Operator for Northern Virginia OmniVersatile Solutions, LLC. With 10 years of experience in UAV and Remote Control, he has in depth knowledge of aerodynamics, stabilized optics, GPS and autopilot navigation, antenna theory and battery technology. He can provide support for the products deployed, and as a partner in six FAI approved world records including distance, distance to point and return, and gain in altitude, his understanding of these technologies shows in our products.