Building Alliances is an integral DNA of AHDC business operations. For each of our initiatives, our starting point is to deploy the Triple Helix approach of bringing Academia (Knowledge), Industry (Enterprise) and Government (Policy) to the table as stakeholders. The prototypical structure of these alliances is embodied by the American Heritage Defense Alliance (AHDA), as stipulated in the Bye-Laws of our organization. Alliances for each initiative are formed in a manner consistent with the provisions of AHDA.

Article II of the Bye-Laws of AHDC

The Alliance

Section 2.1 Strategy: The strategy for corporate development of AHDC hinges on the formation of the American Heritage Defense Alliance (hereinafter called AHDA) with participation from governmental, industrial, academic and philanthropic organizations. These organizations will be stakeholders and assist in accomplishing the mission of AHDA.

Section 2.2 AHDA Mission: The mission of AHDA is to create, fund and operate Engineering Centers for expediting national defense and homeland security and to accelerate the production of higher quality American engineers in sufficient quantities for the defense and advancement of the United States of America.