Ranger Land Systems Joins HireVeterans.com!

Ranger has experience and capability in refurbishment of a variety of combat tracked vehicles, light, medium and heavy trucks, armored personnel carriers, material handling equipment, engineering, small arms and power generation equipment. Ranger also provides warehousing and supply support from organizational through depot level activities (Retail and Wholesale) to include Supply Support Activities, parts packaging and kitting and general warehousing. They support their customer’s training needs with operator, maintainer and supply training in classroom and hands on environments.

Their company’s highly qualified, dedicated staff has broad experience in providing planners, logisticians, master inspectors, technicians and administrative support to government and commercial clients alike. Their employee base is multi-functional, mobile and deployable. They have demonstrated experience with deploying personnel worldwide in support of surge requirements and disaster relief. Also, their management and cost accounting processes and procedures have been DCMA and DCAA certified and proven effective.

Ranger Land Systems is a Service Disable Veteran Owned Small Business headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama that has access to, and provides services for, some of the country’s leading defense contractors and service industries.

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