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Our home office in Ventura County, California offers the best of Southen California: beautiful year-round weather, proximity to beaches and outdoor recreation, and a wide choice of pleasant communities within short commuting distance of work.

Ventura County is home to beachside resorts, marinas and fishing piers, eight institutions of higher learning, and the 227-year-old Mission San Buenaventura.

Our community lies between Los Angeles (approximately 60 miles) and Santa Barbara (about 40 miles). That means that in a single weekend, you can experience Universal Studios, Hollywood, or other L.A. attractions, and take an art walk along the beach in Santa Barbara.

From our home office, we serve naval customers at Point Mugu and Port Hueneme, and military and commercial customers throughout the Southwest.

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This Kern County community is nestled among four mountain ranges. The community is known for spring wildflower tours, its annual hot air balloon festival, and rich Native American history. Its dramatic desert vistas and spectacular sunsets make the surrounding Indian Wells Valley a favorite location of Hollywood filmmakers.

The Synectic Solutions office in Ridgecrest provides support for contracts at the China Lake Naval Weapons Center (NWC), and NAWCWD operations at the the China Lake Naval Air Weapons Station (NAWS).

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Lexington Park is located in St. Mary’s County near the lush Chesapeake Bay. The area’s many waterways and abundant wildlife make it a haven for photographers and water-sports enthusiasts.

St. Mary’s County offers limitless attractions for families and history buffs, including Historic St. Mary’s City Living Museum of History and Archeology, the Piney Point Lighthouse, and beautiful state parks. Homes are affordable, and the cost of living is below the national median.*

Our Lexington Park office is adjacent to the PAX River Naval Air Station.

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PAX NAS information:

  • NAVAIR: Naval Air Systems Command at Patuxent River
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San Diego, “the Birthplace of California,” is a city of many guises. It is not only a major naval base and important natural harbor, but it is also a top tourist attraction and resort area, a prominent high-technology, areospace, and aviation production community, and fertile agriculture area. San Diego’s port and its proximity to Mexico give the city an international flavor, and a revitalized downtown area adds to the exciting atmosphere.

The mild climate attracts many new residents and industries each year. A nondescript town until the 1940s, San Diego now has more than 3.2 million residents and is California’s second largest city. San Diego’s phenomenal growth has brought it well-deserved national attention. The city keeps this growth balanced by careful preservation of history and a strong emphasis on art, culture, and recreation.

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Arlington County is a county in the Commonwealth of Virginia. It is coterminous with U.S. Census Bureau-designated place of Arlington, which is the second-largest “Principal City” of the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Due to the county’s proximity to downtown Washington, D.C., Arlington is headquarters to many departments and agencies of the federal government of the United States, including the Department of Defense (DoD) at the Pentagon, Drug Enforcement Administration, Transportation Security Administration, and Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). It also home to Washington National Airport.

The many federal agencies, government contractors, and service industries contribute to Arlington’s stable economy. Arlington is also the location of national memorials and museums, including Arlington national Cemetery, the Pentagon Memorial, the Marine Corps War Memorial, and the United States Air Force Memorial.

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