HTSI

AcronymDefinition
HTSIHost Transport Service Interface
HTSIHerzog Transit Services, Inc. (St Joseph, MO)
HTSIHoneywell Technology Solutions Incorporated
HTSIHelicopter Transport Services Inc. (Baltimore, MD)
HTSIHidden Technology Systems International Ltd. (Rainham, London, England, UK)
HTSIHuman Thyroid-Stimulating Immunoglobulin
HTSIHayden Tower Service, Inc. (est. 1979; Topeka, KS)
HTSIHi-Tech Solutions, Inc. (Washington, DC)
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Through its three business lines: space, mission support, and security solutions, HTSI offers services throughout the satellite mission lifecycle, military equipment prepositioning and logistics services, and cyber security capabilities to protect customers' digital information and physical security.
HTSI will be integrated into KBRwyle, a wholly owned subsidiary of KBR, to create a total capability government services organization that spans the spectrum of the life-cycle of aerospace and defense programs from research and development, through test and evaluation, to operations, maintenance and field logistics.
HTSI announces a purchase and sale agreement between Harris Teeter and Lowes Foods - Harris Teeter acquires 10 Lowes Foods store locations in the central Carolinas region, and Lowes Foods acquires six Harris Teeter store locations in western North Carolina.
As one can see, the obtained figure is practically 2.5 times better than that of the previous model A032-ET and more than 2 times better then the model HTSI ET.
Under the new six-year contract HTSI will continue to manage both the Landsat 5 and Landsat 7 satellite programs while adding new tasks such as on-orbit flight operations and technical services for the Landsat 5 and Landsat 7 satellites and ustaining engineering for each spacecraft, helping to keep the spacecraft operationally longer.
HTSI will also assist the USGS with the safe decommissioning of Landsat 5 by lowering it from its orbiting altitude of 705 kilometers and mitigating risk to nearby US and international Earth-observing satellites.