KITCO Fiber Optics Named to Top 100 Military Training Technology List

KITCO Fiber Optics

The Top 100 is compiled by Kerrigan Media International and Military Training Technology magazine, and provides a listing of companies that have made a significant impact in the military training industry during the past year.

Military Training Technology invited almost 300 candidates to provide information for the awards and and also invited any interested companies to apply. Based on submissions and additional information, the publication's editorial board and a panel of independent experts then selected 100 winners. Companies were selected based on various criteria, which, in part, included total military sales, end-user feedback, innovations and need for the solution.

Kerrigan cited KITCO for its accomplishments in the field of military training: "With the exponential increase of fiber optics across the military community, training for service and maintenance is more necessary.

The U.S. Navy has again selected KITCO as the exclusive provider of the Fiber Optic Maintenance Technician Course, and the course is the only Naval Education and Training Command (NETC) approved fiber optic training course. KITCO also trains Navy and Coast Guard sailors, Army and Marine Corps warfighters, defense contractors and shipyard employees on fiber optic theory."

KITCO Fiber Optics is a leading provider of fiber optic connectorization products, training and consulting services to the military and commercial communications industry.  We specialize in the design and fabrication of fiber optic tools, tool kits and custom cable assemblies; producing private label kits for a number of major connector manufacturers and selling our own broad line of commercial and military products.

We develop curriculum and provide commercial and military training worldwide, and serve as the U.S. Navy's sole shipboard fiber optic trainer.  Our highly skilled field services team can respond to your fiber optic requirements anytime, anywhere - rapidly providing the best solutions for overcoming system problems or delays.

November 28, 2005

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