DSI gains the U.S. National Guard contract.

DSI wins follow-on and continues to investigate accidents for NHTSA.


The Rickenbacker International Airport gets a new ATC tower; its original 1951 tower was featured in the movie ``Air Force One.``


DSI celebrates 30 years of service to the U.S.

Army Research Laboratory and the Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland.


The U.S. Coast Guard awards DSI a contract to provide Air Traffic Control (ATC) and Weather Augmentation Services at the Cape Cod Coast Guard Airstation in Falmouth, Massachusetts.


Ellington Field and the 147th Fighter Wing convert to Predator UAVs.


100 P-51 Mustangs fly at the Rickenbacker Airport because of their ability to handle an event with 100,000 attendees.


DSI controllers at the Ellington tower play a prominent role in the ``Wings Over Houston`` airshow by directing air traffic.


Exodyne, DSI's parent company, celebrates 20 years of operation.


DSI wins the Motor Pool contract follow-on at the Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) in Maryland to continue maintenance on military and specialized vehicles.


DSI Exodyne Services Division (ESD) earns three multi-year contracts from the U.S. Air Force to perform a variety of operational and support services at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, and six other locations.


RSTD Jim Perry is named the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Task Force Chairman.


A Discover Magazine ``After the Crash`` article features a highway safety research program pioneered by DSI in the late 1980s. It has now grown to eight locations across the US.


The DSI Defense Technical Services Division (DTSD) receives a contract involving engineering support services for the U.S. Army Combat Systems Test Activity (CSTA). This Aberdeen Proving Ground testing includes test design, setup, instrumentation, facility operations, and photography.


DSI is contracted for transportation and maintenance services with the U.S. Naval Shipyard in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


DSI re-awarded the U.S. Army Ballistic Research Laboratory (BRL) contract to provide ballistic range operation and maintenance support augmentation services at the Aberdeen Proving Ground.

DESI wins so many DOL contracts that Exodyne designates it as a subsidiary and it’s incorporated in September.


Exodyne creates a division under Dynamic Science, Inc., (DSI) called Dynamic Educational Systems, Inc. (DESI) to run the U.S. Department of Labor contracts.


Exodyne purchases Dynamic Science, Inc., (DSI) and makes us a subsidiary in September 1982 as we continue to research and test.

Ralph Rockow forms Exodyne, Inc.


DSI is incorporated in July.


Hugh DeHaven begins testing.