Able Forces Inc

Rating: 5 stars   39 reviews

Issues: Human Services

Location: 115 Chester St Ste B Front Royal VA 22630 USA

Mission: Able Forces founded by veterans and is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, and an Ability One SourceAmerica federal set-aside company. We provide professional, career-oriented employment and community-based job preparation training exclusively to Wounded, Ill, and Injured veterans.
Results: Able Forces has grown from five Wounded Warrior employees to 80 employees since 2010. We are a unique SourceAmerica company in that our Wounded, Ill, and Injured veterans are high cognitive significantly disabled working as Subject Matter Experts, Intelligence Analysts, and Test Engineers. We are currently supporting 9 Federal contracts, 8 are DoD, with 4 being at the highest security level.
Programs: We are currently executing contracts in five geographic areas: the Washington DC Arlington/Alexandria VA, Huntsville Alabama, Ft. Benning, GA, and Orlando/Tampa. Existing customers include: ■ U.S. Army PEO STRI ■ Missile Defense Agency ■ Special Operations Command ■ Ft. Belvoir Mark Center ■ Military One Source ■ Department of Energy
2014 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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EIN 27-0881311
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Rating: 5 stars  

Able Forces has boundless compassion for the military folks it helps out. They are tireless and exuberant in their assistance. They are respectful. I also think it's wonderful that they don't forget the families involved too. If the family is taken care of, a soldier can rest easier. Thank you guys!

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