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Pioneer Woman By Rick Weatherford


Like the company she founded, Jan Smith is opportunistic. For example, Smith’s corporation S3 Inc. (aka “S-cubed”) stands for System Studies and Simulation, but it evolved and grew greatly from a software developer startup that began in Smith’s Alabama house with only three employees (Smith first hired “me, myself, and I.”) to a Huntsville-based corporation that follows the money to where it leads and now wholly owns three subsidiaries: Kachemak Bay Flying Services (KBFS), Global Logistics Support Services (GLSS), and S3 International Inc. (S3I).


18 Sept/Oct 2018 Founder of S3 Inc.


Today S3 Inc. is one of the leading women-owned businesses with its revenue derived from aviation and missile systems engineering, technical assistance, training, and logistics for the Department of Defense. The core business units of S3 are research and development of missile, aviation, and C4I weapon systems while training soldiers to effectively use the products of that R&D. Each of the company’s three subsidiaries provides niche solutions to formidable requirements for the U.S. military, foreign security organizations, or commercial customers.


KBFS with operations in Crestview, Florida, and Temple, Texas, provides scenario-based intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance training for Partner Nation aircrew members in support of the U.S. Air Force Northern (AFNORTH) Command. The Texas facility provides mainly rotary- and fixed-wing maintenance and civilian pilot training with FAA certifications for Part 133, 135, 137, 141, and 145. In addition to several types of fixed- wing trainers, KBFS operates a Huey, a Robinson 44, and as missions and contracts dictate, various other Bell and MD helicopters. GLSS provides a catalog of logistic solutions, including field, sustainment and depot-level maintenance for air and ground vehicles, weapon systems, and equipment; military and commercial supply operations and accountability; and planning, coordination, execution, and management of asset transportation by air, land, and sea. Finally if KBFS and GLSS don’t do enough, then a third subsidiary, S3 International (S3I) and S3 support Direct Contract Sales and


Jan Smith


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