GET was a proud sponsor of the 2014 NDIA San Diego Chapter’s Twice a Citizen Award Ceremony at this year’s NAVY Gold Coast Conference. The Twice a Citizen Award honors those in the Reserve and National Guard who put their civilian lives on hold and serve our nation in times of need.Read more
G.E.T. Engineering Co-sponsored and participated in a recent Daily Transcript Executive Roundtable. The Daily Transcript articleRead more
In keeping with the tradition of providing support to our customers for the latest releases of major operating systems, GET Engineering is pleased to add newly released Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (RHEL 7) driver support to our product line.Read more
GET Engineering’s Full MIL NTDS over Ethernet solutions are now available. Qualified to Military Specification MIL‑S‑901D, Grade A Class1 for Shipboard operation, this system is currently deployed on US NAVY surface combatants. Featured here is our two channel, bulkhead mount NTDS Parallel (Type A/B/C/H) and Serial (Type D/E) unit.Read more
GET Engineering displayed ICI UAV Link at Sea-Air-Space, April 8th ~ 10th , National Harbor.Read more
The Chairman of the GET Board of Directors is pleased to announce the addition of Vice Admiral Jerry O. Tuttle, USN (Ret.) to the GET Board of Directors. Admiral Tuttle brings decades of knowledge, experience and relationships to the Corporation. Welcome aboard Admiral Tuttle!Read more
GET was the flower sponsor for Navy League 2014 San Diego’s Naval Services Enlisted Women of the of the Year luncheon. Posing with the senior winner, GySgt Yolanda E. Ayala, and junior winner, CTN2(IDW) Brianna N. Evola-Hess is GET’s President/CEO, CAPT.
El Cajon, CA- March 25, 2014. GET Engineering Corporation announced today that together with its affiliate Integrated Consultants Inc. (ICI) GET will continue the development of advanced features for their UAVLink®, a fully ruggedized Avionics Maintenance Laptop. UAVLink® was initially developed by ICI as the OEM supplier of a Maintenance Portable Electronic Display Device (MPEDD) for the Northrop Grumman MQ-8B Fire Scout Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV).Read more
GET Engineering took its Legacy to 1553 tool kit to Atlanta for the annual P-3 Aircraft Sustainment International Working Group (ASIWG). President/CEO Capt. Dave Grundies, USN (Ret.) enjoyed being with his old Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA) community again discussing GET’s capabilities.