S3 Pledges Support to Museum
S3, System Studies & Simulation, Inc., provider of technical products and services for over twenty-five years and located in Huntsville, Ala., has pledged its support to the National Museum of the United States Army (NMUSA) through a gift of $250,000.
CEO of S3, Jan Smith, explained S3’s continued emphasis on supporting veterans, pointing out that eighty-one percent of the company’s employees are veterans. Smith continued, “We founded our company with the U.S. Army as our principal customer in the early years. Today, more than 50 percent of our business is still with the U.S. Army. We feel very fortunate to have this opportunity to participate in this tribute to our Nation, its Army, and the brave and dedicated Soldiers who have defended our liberties for nearly two and a half centuries.”
“In addition to the company’s continued work with the Army, S3’s dedication to employing veterans is very commendable,” remarked General Gordon R. Sullivan (USA-Ret.), Chairman of the Army Historical Foundation. “This commitment reinforces the work of S3 to support our nation’s veterans by ensuring their stories will be preserved for future generations.”
Sullivan added, “The gift from a company located in the Huntsville area, which also has such a strong Army presence, provides a great opportunity to garner further support in the region.”
S3’s contribution of $250,000 places the company in the Museum’s Three-Star Circle of Distinction.