MJ-6 adds a broad range of skills to a multitude of modern systems and important contemporary issues.
These issues require an inter-disciplinary perspective that MJ-6 provides.
To deliver high quality solutions that meet the unique needs and expectations of each client.
MJ-6 seeks to differentiate itself from business competitors by consistently providing top quality
talent possessing cutting edge skills and a relentless drive for improvement. MJ-6 will build a robust team of
professionals that embrace the Core Values of the company while setting the standard for their peer group.
Commit to client satisfaction as our #1 business objective.
Understand that MJ-6's accomplishments are the work of the people who comprise MJ-6.
Require our team to maintain the highest standards of ethics and business conduct.
Identify and respond aggressively to new opportunities and commit to success in each undertaking.
Systems, software, and network engineering support essential for worldwide installation, connectivity,
interoperability, repair, maintenance, and logistics support of military C4ISR systems.
Cryptologic linguistic services with special expertise in Chinese.
Department of Defense and Army plans, policies, standards and methods aimed at the acquisition and support of
military programs and resources for military C4ISR systems.
Technical expertise in the areas of communications network engineering, satellite communications, systems
architecture, analysis, development and network operations support.
Established in 2008 in Toledo, OH.
541330 Engineering Services
541512 Computer Systems Design Services
541611 Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services
541930 Translation and Interpretation Services
MJ-6 is committed to our customer’s success, the well-being of our employees, and the community we live in. We are
proud to contribute to these distinguished organizations:
Boys and Girls Clubs of Toledo Ohio
Boys & Girls Clubs of Toledo is part of a national affiliation of more than 4,000 Clubs and
Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Since 1892, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Toledo has helped hundreds of thousands of
local youth reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. It believes every girl and
boy deserves a safe place to learn and grow; ongoing relationships with caring adult professionals;
life-enhancing programs, character development experiences, and hope and opportunity for the future.
Wounded Warrior Project
The vision of the Wounded Warrior Project is to foster the most successful, well-adjusted
generation of wounded service members in our nation's history. Its purpose is to raise awareness and enlist the
public's aid for the needs of injured service members; help injured service members aid and assist each other;
and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet the needs of injured service members.
The Superintendent's Circle - United States Military Academy
There are two sources of funding for West Point—public and private. Ten percent of Academy
resources come from private gifts such as donations to the Superintendent’s Annual Fund. Private funding is
needed for the developmental programs that go above and beyond the Academy’s core education and military training
to provide the Margin of Excellence. These programs consist of more than 120 co-curricular clubs and activities,
conferences, renowned speakers, curriculum enhancements, cultural immersions and travel experiences, and various
emerging opportunities, which surface throughout the year. Each and every cadet is afforded the opportunity to
explore areas of interest making their 47-month experience at the Academy truly excellent. Private investment
allows the Academy to remain competitive in attracting high-quality cadet candidates and to provide experiences
that enable cadets to achieve their very highest potential.
Michigan Freedom Center
The Freedom Center is a unique, privately funded hospitality center for members of our Armed
Forces traveling through the Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW). Located close to the center of the McNamara Terminal,
near Delta’s Gate A43, and are open every day of the year. It offers a variety of services to meet the special travel
needs of in-transit military personnel and their families. The facility is supported and staffed by individual
volunteers and organizations from surrounding communities and the airport. Its doors are open to individuals on active
duty, National Guard members, Reservists, and service academy cadets. Military dependents, retirees and all veterans