What We Do

AMERICAN SYSTEMS is a government services contractor focused on delivering valued services to our customers in areas of National Priority...that is keeping our nation and its citizens safe from all enemies, both foreign and domestic.
We know what's at stake.
Exercise Training for the Battlefield

​We know what’s at stake.​ ®

AMERICAN SYSTEMS has supported our Armed Forces through a variety of over-the-shoulder, real-time exercise training—on and off the battlefield—for more than 15 years. Whether it’s in the classroom, on the high seas, or in theater, AMERICAN SYSTEMS has been ensuring that our Marines, soldiers, sailors, and airmen have the best training in the world. As one of the nation’s largest employee-owned companies, our trainers, courseware developers, and IT specialists have a vested interest in their company, their customer, and their country. 


 AMERICAN SYSTEMS' Current/Recent Training and Exercise Support 

  • Instructional Management and Facilities/Supply Management Support for Afloat Training Group West Pacific, Yokosuka, Japan

  • Curriculum Developer/Instructors for International Anti-Terrorism Officer Training (IATO) Course, Inter-Service Non-Lethal Individual Weapons Instructor Course (INIWIC), USN/USMC Corrections Program, and Small Arms Marksmanship Instructor Course at various Center for Security Forces (CSF) Learning Sites in Virginia, Missouri, and Texas

  • Training Administrative, Logistics, and Management Support Services in the Virginia, Texas, California, Hawaii, Florida, and Mississippi CSF training areas

  • AT/FP Instructional Developer support for the Center for Anti-Terrorism and Navy Security Forces at Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek, Virginia

  • Riverine/Small Arms Training course at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina

  • Modular Amphibious Egress Trainer - Training curriculum specifically oriented to aircrew and embarked personnel. Classroom and shallow water egress training – US Army, US Navy, USMC

  • US Army Security Assistance Teams (SATs) deployed to more than 60 countries each year to help host nations achieve training goals and further U.S. Foreign policy and DOD Security Cooperation plans and programs

  • Engineering Readiness Assistance Team (ERAT) five- to nine-day Assist Visits to Amphibious ships, either at the pier or during underway operations, to deliver ship’s crew training covering basic engineering fundamentals, hands-on training on the deck plates, in-the-workspace training with supervisors, and one-on-one mentoring of the ship’s command leadership

  • INSURV Readiness Assist Team (IRAT) visits to Amphibious and other Surface Combatant ships, including all of SEA21’s post-AEGIS Modernization Cruisers and Destroyers, focused on Deck, Combat Systems, Propulsion, Auxiliaries, Electrical, Damage Control, Marine Gas Turbine Inspector and AEGIS Weapons Systems to prepare ship’s company for INSURV. INSURV is the only inspection which tests the entire ship as an integrated weapons system
  • Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape (SERE) training at NAS Brunswick, Maine and NAS North Island, California

  • Expeditionary Combat Skills course at the Naval Construction Battalion Center in Gulfport, Mississippi

  • Firefighting Instructors and Emergency Medical Technician support for the Center for Naval Engineering, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii