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Looking for space in Tampa Bay?

NFSTC Warehouse 2Your growing company can benefit from our move-in ready, flexible space available for lease. Join nearly a dozen other companies in the defense/forensic/security sector in a secure and convenient location.

New bio lab 1Features:

  • Up to 3,000 sf of administrative space
  • Six executive-style offices (12’x12’)
  • Wet lab space for biology and chemistry, with flexible space for science applications and safe handling of chemicals.
  • Up to 4,000 sf of air-conditioned high bay warehouse space–Perfect for technology development, testing and training
  • Shared use of six training and/or meeting rooms ranging in size from 350 to 1,200 sfNFSTC location-src Google Maps
  • On-site Facility Security Officer (FSO) services are available for an additional fee
  • Just 20 minutes from the Tampa Airport

All tenant companies enjoy:

  • Central reception
  • Visitor management
  • Janitorial services
  • Common area use and support

Take a virtual tour, then come out and see us in Largo, FL.
For more information and to visit the facility, call Bill Young at (727) 395-2511, ext 135 or email bill.young@nfstc.org.

 

ROTC cadets begin two-week forensics internship


NFSTC is hosting 12 Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) cadets for two-weeks of instruction on forensic science and site exploitation at the NFSTC facility in Largo. This marks the fourth year NFSTC has provided this training and experience to ROTC cadets at no cost. With an ever growing need for battlefield forensics, this program aims to help cadets understand how the U.S. military uses forensic science to gather intelligence.

From July 16th through the 26th, these cadets from around the country will take part in classroom training, hands-on demonstrations and practical scenario-based exercises on crime scene investigation, photography, biological screening, improvised explosive device awareness, post-blast investigation, trace chemistry, firearms examination, fingerprinting, and basic digital forensics.

“NFSTC takes great pride in our country’s military forces and is happy to give something back in the form of this opportunity for ROTC cadets to experience battlefield forensics in a hands-on environment,” says NFSTC CEO Kevin Lothridge. “We hope the knowledge and experience they receive here has a positive impact and helps them in their careers.”

Cadets practice evidence photography.