About Us

AC4S History

Joint Communications Support Element (JCSE) veterans initially conceived of AC4S in tents near the end of an airstrip supporting a classified JCSE mission. The three founders solidified the idea during the 2002 JCSE Reunion picnic on MacDill AFB, Florida and founded AC4S on 19 August 2002 – 10 years ago! Their vision was to provide world-class global customer support with the express purpose of providing joint network planners and contractor support to JCSE. As such, people who previously deployed around the world wearing the JCSE patch make up 80% of the leadership and core employee staff of AC4S; no other company can say that. Since then AC4S has grown to over 200 professionals with extensive experience in military and civilian information technology, telecommunications, mission support services and now – Cyberspace! We provide technical support services in eighteen different states and twelve countries. AC4S is a veteran-owned small business, with an ISO 9001 Registered Quality Management System.


From humble beginnings to today’s AC4S.

AC4S 1s Office - Norm Abdallah's Garage AC4S 2nd Office - Henderson Rd, Tampa FL AC4s 3rd Home - Crowne Building, Tampa FL

1st Office

Co-CEO Norm Abdallah's Home Garage

2nd Office

Henderson Rd, Tampa FL

3rd Office,

Crowne Building, Henderson Rd, Tampa FL



Our new AC4S. world HQ’s – Located at 4017 W. Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd., Tampa, FL 33614 Go to Google Map to find location


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Our Address:
 4017 W. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
 Tampa, FL USA 33614
  Phone Numbers:
 Main Number: 813-282-3031
 Fax Number: 813-983-7554

AC4S Was Formed ...

AC4S was formed by U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force veterans with extensive tactical and commercial telecommunications experience. The three founder's vision was to provide world-class global customer support. AC4S leverages its unique knowledge and technical expertise of both military and commercial networks to "Bridge the Gap" between commercial and government networking solutions.