From general facilities maintenance to complex ammunition forecasting, the K2 Logistics Unit delivers comprehensive support services for facilities, vehicles and weapons.
Weapons and Munitions
- Organizational- to depot-level maintenance on U.S. and foreign weapons systems
- Expenditure management, status tracking of shipments, transportation monitoring and preparation of ordnance for air or ground transport
- Development of annual mission ammunition forecasts
- Coordination and recommendation of ammunition forecasting to pre-stage ammunition for planned Joint and combined exercise training, counter-narcotic training, and mobile training teams.
Vehicles and Equipment
- Decades of combined field and project management experience ensures effective management of your key equipment, maintenance schedules and materiel. We offer strategic analysis and on-going monitoring of maintenance programs, policies and procedures
- Our personnel are multi-faceted craftsmen skilled in the service and repair of various motor transport equipment, including Special Operations – Peculiar (SO-P) vehicles, at the organizational, field, and intermediate level.
- In addition to organizational and intermediate level repairs on electrical systems of engineer and general supply equipment, we repair electric motors, electronic modules, motor control circuits, and electric power generation equipment.
- General maintenance including all repair and upkeep to customer facility locations and grounds, lighting, enclosures, fences, gates, alarms, as well as ancillary equipment
- General service/maintenance duties at K2’s locations of operation include carpentry, welding, grounds maintenance, masonry, electrical, plumbing and Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning (HVAC)
- Diagnose and repair electric motors, electronic modules, motor control circuits, and electric power generation equipment, to include diesel engines utilized in electric power generation equipment
- Diagnosis, repairs, and modifications to ground data/communications equipment at the organizational and intermediate levels