Delivering results through Agility • Flexibility • Responsiveness


InDyne is a recognized leader with over three decades of experience successfully managing critical test and radar facilities for our National Defense, including the Eglin, Atlantic Range, Eastern Range, Western Range MRTFBs, Solid State Phased Array Radar Systems (SSPARS) and Long Range Discrimination Radar (LRDR). InDyne provides specialized support and custom solutions to our Air Force, Space Force, Navy and Army customers for range and radar operations, engineering, test and evaluation, space systems, radars and radar cross-section facilities, base operations and specialized facility support, Counter Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (C-sUAS), integrated security solutions, communications/information technology, multimedia, test data collection/videography, and special programs. InDyne understands the complexities of managing highly dynamic ranges and radars, and using our transparent enterprise management system, tackles evolving schedules, provides flawless execution, and safely manages a diverse set of customer requirements with efficiency. InDyne supports customers worldwide, and has facilities in Sterling, VA; Holloman Air Force Base (AFB), NM; Vandenberg AFB and Beale AFB, CA; Eglin AFB, Crestview, and Cape Canaveral, FL; Cheyenne Mountain Space Force Station (SFS), CO; Colorado Springs, CO; Wright-Patterson AFB, OH; Cape Cod SFS, MA; Clear SFS, AK; Thule, Greenland; and Fylingdales, UK; and now with the recent PARCS award, we will operate from Cavalier SFS, ND. For more information, visit our website:

What Our Clients Say

InDyne ‘s SSPARS transition team engaged with the incumbent contractor to develop and execute a collaborative transition approach. InDyne fostered positive communications with the incumbent installation personnel, holding town hall sessions at the individual sites to support what would end up being a seamless transition period.

InDyne provided radar mission system expertise, data processing, analysis and support to our mission partners in troubleshooting unforeseen issues during the Force Development Evaluation (FDE) allowing the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) Generation 2 upgrade to proceed.