Academi, Triple Canopy and 5 other Companies Merge forming the Largest High Threat Security Group in the World

Post Date: June 13, 2014 | Category: Around the World, The Danger Zone

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A press release from Constellis Holdings signals major news in the High Threat Security Industry. Academi, the company formerly known as Blackwater and Xe, will join Triple Canopy along with a handful of other high threat security companies under a new management structure named Constellis Holdings.

“This move allows us to create a suite of services to better provide critical support capabilities for government and commercial clients and will utilize ACADEMI’s world-class training facility, the largest and most comprehensive private training center in the U.S.” said Jason DeYonker, Managing Director of Constellis Holdings, Inc.

Constellis Holdings, Inc. has agreed to acquire Constellis Group, Inc., a leading provider of security, support and advisory services to government, multinational corporations and international organizations operating in challenging environments around the world. Constellis Holdings was formed by the founders of Triple Canopy and the private equity investors who formed ACADEMI.

The transaction brings together a global team of industry leaders, including: Triple Canopy, Constellis Ltd., Strategic Social, Tidewater Global Services, National Strategic Protective Services, ACADEMI Training Center and International Development Solutions.

Operating under the oversight of a distinguished Board and an experienced management team, the combination of these companies will enable a significant expansion of services within the global security market, delivering mission support, integrated security solutions, training and advisory services at home and abroad.

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Constellis Holdings’ Board of Directors includes: Red McCombs (Chairman), former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft, former White House Chief Counsel Jack Quinn, Admiral Bobby Inman (Ret.), Russ Robinson, Jason DeYonker, Dean Bosacki and Triple Canopy co-founder Tom Katis.

“This combination of companies shares our core values of integrity and transparency, ensuring our clients of our ongoing dedication to oversight and good governance through our award-winning compliance practices,” said former U.S. Attorney General and current Board member John Ashcroft.

Board member and Triple Canopy founder Tom Katis reinforces, “This combination will provide our customers with the best possible service at the most competitive price. We share a commitment to flawless delivery of mission critical services. We share a bond with our employees, who are mostly decorated veterans who continue to serve their country in the private sector. We share a willingness to do the toughest jobs in support of the efforts to make our world a better place.”

The combined ownership group will employ more than 6,000 of the industry’s most experienced and best-trained employees and will be led by CEO Craig Nixon.

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2 Responses to “Academi, Triple Canopy and 5 other Companies Merge forming the Largest High Threat Security Group in the World”

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    Comment made by Peter Slade on Aug 20th 2014 at 1:52 AM:

    With the way conflicts are playing out globally at present, there certainly is a need for an effective counter measure. Some Govt. agencies Internationally do have some effective measures in place, but from what I have seen over recent years, they need assistance & this can be achieved by having a strong / credible alliance with an ”outsider” that can provide the operational capabilities on the ground.

    I wish these companies all the best & look forward in hearing updates in the future. As an Aussie who recently did 7 years in Iraq as a security contractor, I would be interested in anything that I can assist in.

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    Comment made by Steve McLean on Oct 2nd 2014 at 11:59 AM:

    It is such a shame that because of social politics all of the gains, and hard won fights have been discarded by folks with an agenda and disrespectful of our military.
    With a number of years in the region as a contractor, and resume on the website I would be very interested in redeploymnt.

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