Odyssey is awarded the task order supporting the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s (AFLCMC) Medium Altitude Unmanned Aircraft System (MAUAS) Division (AFLCMC/WII) under the Center’s Engineering, Professional, Administrative, and Support Services (EPASS) program. Odyssey expands full-spectrum advisory and assistance (A&AS) acquisition lifecycle support services to advance WII’s mission responsibility of arming the warfighter with timely MQ-9 Reaper UAS solutions.
Odyssey efforts will augment organic capabilities at the program management office (PMO) at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, and will include a broad range of professional acquisition, financial, and administrative capabilities to support effective and responsive management of the USAFE-AFAFRICA mission.
In May 1997, Odyssey is founded in the Boston area by Michael Sweat and Michael Prisco to support the Air Force Electronic Systems Center (ESC).
Odyssey is awarded the contract providing Frequency Management and Spectrum Engineering Analysis of Tactical Data Links for the Navy, Marine Corps Spectrum Center (NMSC).
In May 2000, Odyssey Opened a Hampton Roads office for delivering the Odyssey developed TACTICS training system used by Joint Terminal Attack Controllers (JTACs).
Odyssey is Awarded Information Technology Services Program II (ITSP II) Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA).
Odyssey is named the 2001 Welch Award Winner for Rapid Integration of Fighter Data Link into F-15E variants for Afghanistan Deployment.
In February 2002, Odyssey was named F-15 Program Office Contractor of the Year for 2001.