Anchor Systems doesn’t define innovation as a piece of technology, hardware or tool but instead a mindset. At Anchor Systems, innovation is the deliberate integration of technical expertise, deep operational experience and imagination used to solve the complex and deliver integrated emergent technology solutions. 



Anchor Systems is a 100% Native-American owned, Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB), HUBZone capable, and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). We are an emergent technology solutions integrator, purpose-built to accelerate the delivery of engineered innovation. We are a Michigan-based technology company focused on government and commercial business sectors with strategic points of presence in Baltimore, MD, Huntsville, AL, and Tampa, FL.



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Anchor Systems, from its inception supporting tiered Special Operations, was bred on the premise of ‘no-fail’ missions, where failure is not an option – it is fundamental to who we are. Our operational and technical expertise comes directly from the very frontlines of the fight in defending the nation – as the warfighter, with the warfighter and for the warfighter.

We pride ourselves on being a strategic partner to the warfighter – actively entrenched within the national defense sector, directly enabling the DoD’s Special Operations (SOF) and Cyber Forces. Our close integration with the Intelligence Community (IC), Interagency as well as partners in Law Enforcement (LE), Foreign Partners, national-level academia and key leaders in the commercial/private industry, ensure our customers have the most comprehensive and innovative support necessary to compete and win in the most complex, dynamic and highly contested information environments (IE) in the world and beyond.   


Anchor Systems’ corporate headquarters is strategically located within the Chippewa County International Airport (CIU) Industrial Park.  

Once a former United States Air Force (USAF) Air Defense Command (ADC) and Strategic Air Command (SAC) base,  Kincheloe AFB served as a vital air defense and strategic bomber (e.g. B-52) wing during the Cold War. 

Anchor Systems headquarters, located in what used to be the intelligence facility (Bldg. 435) for the installation, is now where Anchor Systems drives innovation. 

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