As of Jan 1st 2022 Aerohead Inc. will stand up and split off on its own. Our partner company AA Tactical Inc. has plowed the way forward for Aerohead to grow and compete within the US manufacturing sector.
Our Mission at Aerohead Inc. is to provide our customers with superior quality, on time delivery, and fluent communication.
● We will ensure that all employees understand and strive to reach customer expectations, within any statutory or regulatory requirements of todays industry standards.
● We will continuously uphold & improve our Quality Management System, and provide the resources to meet new requirements as needed.
Our goal is to partner with both economic development & workforce development organizations to "Educate & Grow the American Workforce to strengthen US Manufacturing”
How we became
AA Tactical Inc. was founded in 2013 by a husband and wife team, as a family operated retail sporting goods company, our major focus was on the firearms industry.
Since the beginning our core values have been:
● Provide excellent service to the community that has helped make use who were are.
● Provide a family oriented atmosphere, that is inviting to the entire community and affordable.
● Invest back into the community through workforce development, infrastructure improvements, community involvement.
Through these core values we have taken AA Tactical from a residential bedroom to a 7000+sqft retail and custom shop facility. Over the years the company has been able to move into other sectors expanding our "Wings" beyond our community and just firearms. Our investment into people, equipment and the community allowed us to dive headfirst into the manufacturing sector in the fall of 2019 .
We took the aspiration of making something from nothing; combined with a goal of bring manufacturing jobs back home to he United States and stood up a machine shop.
Fast-forward to the Spring of 2024
● We have gone from a single machine to 11 vertical machining centers with 3, 4, and 5 axis machining capabilities.
● We have gone from a single machinist to to a team of TEN fulltime machinist and machine operators.
● We have purchased a 3.5 acre industrial site that had been vacant for over a decade, with the goal of cleaning up the area and developing the site to host over 50ksqft once fully developed.
● We have completed over 4000+ jobs to date, supplying manufacturers, Inventors, and education facilities with the part they need all across the nation.
A Native-American arrowhead forms the basis of the Shoulder Sleeve Insignia, or unit patch, worn by Special Forces Soldiers serving in units in the 1st Special Forces Command (Airborne). Symbolic of the stealth, tracking, and survival skills of Native Americans, the arrowhead features an upright dagger in its center to symbolize the unconventional warfare tactics often employed by Special Forces troops; the three lightning flashes intersecting the blade represents the ability of Special Forces Soldiers to strike by land, sea or air.
The insignia’s design was first approved in August 1955, with its specifications amended to include an Airborne tab in 1958. According to The Institute of Heraldry, its wear was authorized by personnel of the Army’s Special Forces Command (Airborne) who did not have a Shoulder Sleeve Insignia (SSI) in their own right in March, 1991.
With the creation of the 1st Special Forces Command in September 2014 under the command of the U.S. Arm Special Operations Command, this regulation was cancelled and it was authorized for wear by Soldiers serving in 1st Special Forces Command (Airborne) and its subordinate units who were not authorized an SSI in their own right. This includes personnel in the Command’s HQ Battalion and seven Special Forces Groups; other units such as Military Information Support Groups or the 95th Civil Affairs Brigade have their own distinct SSI. The new regulation took effect on 27 October 2016.
The Aerohead will always guide US
A Native-American arrowhead forms the basis of the Shoulder Sleeve Insignia worn by Special Forces Soldiers during service. After service it represents the continued desire to learn, test ones self, and serve a higher purpose. The arrowhead features an upright Endmill in its center to symbolize one of the tools used to machine a product from raw material; the three lightning flashes intersecting the Endmill represents the ability to manufacture parts for all modes of travel by land, sea or air.
Semi-Retired US Army Special Forces Intel Sgt. (18F)
"A company is only as strong as its leadership"