ORLANDO, Fla. (October 10, 2022) – Orlando-based Hatalom Corp. has completed its acquisition of Eagle 6 Technical Services LLC, a small business in cybersecurity services and mission command training exercise support, integration and technical services.

Hatalom is a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business that provides simulation solutions, software development, engineering, cybersecurity and IT services, game-based training, operations, maintenance and instructor services.

It is on Orlando Business Journal’s 2022 Golden 100, an annual list that recognizes Central Florida’s 100 largest privately held, locally based companies based on most recent-year revenue. With 147.02% growth between 2020-2021, it’s also one of OBJ’s Fast-Track Five — the five companies that notched the highest percentage of revenue growth between 2020 and 2021.

Founded in 2012, Orlando-based IT company Eagle 6 is a technology service provider for the U.S. government
that provides adaptable systems and innovative solutions for technology needs.

“The acquisition of Eagle 6 was a natural fit within Hatalom’s corporate culture and values,” said
John Hinnant, president and CEO of Hatalom, in a prepared statement. “This further expands Hatalom’s capabilities and depth within cybersecurity services and grows our presence at the Army’s mission training complexes across the country.”

Eagle 6 enhances Hatalom’s offerings and allows it to remain cost competitive and an agile small business, added Hinnant. “Eagle 6 expands our diverse capabilities and enables Hatalom to compete for U.S. government opportunities that require a top-secret facility clearance.”

Eagle 6 founder John Burns, who was an Army helicopter pilot for 25 years, will remain with Hatalom and be involved with strategic business development initiatives for the company. “As a decorated Iraq and Afghanistan Combat Veteran, I had a desire to continue my service by putting some of our wounded warriors to work,” said Burns in a prepared statement. He also was one of OBJ’s 2016 Veterans of Influence.

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