Fulcrum Launches 2 New Defense Customer Support Offices in Virginia, North Carolina

Fulcrum has established two offices in northern Virginia and North Carolina to offer support services such as training and logistics to defense agencies and other local customers.

The company said Feb. 1 its new Fayetteville, N.C., facility will accommodate the U.S. Special Operations Command and clients within Fort Bragg.

Fulcrum’s northern Virginia branch will serve the Joint Improvised-Threat Defeat Organization.

Both offices have conference rooms, communication hubs and simulation, technical and management spaces, the company added.

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