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Hampton Company Earns Spot On Inc. 5000 List

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HAMPTON—Hampton-based Threat Tec, LLC was recently notified they have been included in Inc. Magazine’s top 5,000 companies in the United States list for 2022. The designation marks the fastest growing and most successful private companies in the United States each year. Threat Tec enjoyed 216 percent growth last year, earning them the 2,639th spot on the list.

The veteran-owned small business is a leader of Operational Environment (OE) replication and Threat Emulation/Wargaming solutions through expertise and virtual, simulated, and live training. Owned by Jim Crawford and headquartered in Hampton, the company now employs 225 people across the country and the globe.

“We are very pleased to have Threat Tec headquartered in Hampton, and congratulate them on this tremendous news,” said Check Rigney, Hampton’s economic development director, in a press release. “As always, we look forward to working with Jim Crawford and his team as they grow and expand in our city.”

Threat Tec provides training services for and with the U.S. military and allied military as well as federal, state, and local agencies. Their largest contract currently is with the United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM), which is the unified combatant command charged with overseeing the various special operations component commands of the Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, and Navy branches of the U.S. Armed Forces.

The company is also currently recruiting and growing its United States Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) G2 roster with more than 180 positions available. For additional details, visit threattec.com.

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