This new facility dramatically increases our space to better accommodate our growing team and also allows us to host larger anti- and counter-terrorism training programs for military and law enforcement teams on-siteA-T opens new operations center Dec 13, 2010
Our customers within the intelligence community have a growing need for comprehensive, innovative and highly relevant intelligence solutions and supportA-T Solutions forms intelligence group Apr 06, 2011
It is an honor for the National Zoo to once again exhibit this magnificent speciesWhooping crane back at D.C.'s National Zoo Jul 05, 2011
We are excited to continue our work training and supporting our EOD forcesA-T trains Navy EOD personnel Aug 25, 2011
We are excited to be launching this global expansion of our C-IED training capabilitiesU.S.-U.K. EOD joint venture launched Sep 15, 2011
Dennis Kelly (born 1970 in Barnet, London) is a London-based writer for both the theatre and television. Oberon plays have published a volume of Dennis Kelly Plays; Debris, After the End, Osama the Hero and Love and Money. In television he is best known for his work on BBC Three's sitcom Pulling.
Kelly grew up in Barnet, North London, in an Irish family and was brought up a Catholic. His father was a bus conductor, and Kelly, one of five children, left school at 16.
Brought up on a council estate he said "There is a theatre version of a council estate, and it doesn't look like any council estate I've ever been on. Council estates are really diverse, especially in London. You get all sorts of people. Working-class people have the same vocabulary as anyone else. Some read the Guardian, some read the Sun, some read the Telegraph." About growing up on a council estate Kelly has said;