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Aerodyne Industries

Welcome to the Aerodyne Consolidated Operations, Management, Engineering & Test Transition Site


New update as of 3/23/2023:

COMET Transition officially kicked off on 3/1/2023! To our current Aerodyne employees, we ask that you continue to update your resume and work experience in your Deltek Talent Management Profile. To the incumbent team joining Aerodyne under the new contract, we encourage you to visit the ‘Apply Here’ link below to submit your application for COMET Transition. For those of you who have already completed this task, we will begin sending offer letters out on Monday, 3/27/2023.  As we work to send out additional communications and offer letters, please refer to this site for important information and updates.

Please refer back to this website for the most up to date information.

Transition Team

Phase-In Manager                       Ralph Rohloff

Phase-In Executive                      Andy Allen

Human Resources                       Jillian Sasala, HR Director

                                                        Kathleen Anusbigian, HR Business Partner

                                                        Kimberly Mehl, Talent Acquisition Lead

                                                        Tori Upton, HR Generalist



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About Aerodyne

To learn more about Aerodyne Industries, our locations, our capabilities, and our team, please visit our About Us page. 

COMET Frequently Asked Questions


The National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) Consolidated Operations, Management, Engineering & Test (COMET) contract will succeed John F. Kennedy Space Center's (KSC) Test and Operations Support Contract, or TOSC.  COMET will provide services for managing KSC’s launch infrastructure and will provide ground processing for NASA Programs.  COMET services include operation, maintenance and processing of complex launch-related ground systems that require skilled engineering and integrated management.  COMET will provide engineering; ground system development; flight vehicle/spacecraft processing; and launch, landing, and recovery operations for the following Exploration Systems Development programs: Exploration Ground Systems, Space Launch System, and Orion Programs.

Town Halls

If you missed our briefing presented during our Town Halls, please take time to review our slide deck with important information about our transition.


Important Dates

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