Dayton T. Brown, Inc. Hosts 2021 Children’s Winter Wonderland Walk-Through


DTB Children's Winter Wonderland

BOHEMIA, NY - We kicked off the holiday fun on Saturday, December 4th, with our annual Children’s Christmas party for employees and their families. The Winter Wonderland Walk-Through themed event was held at the Bohemia, NY facility and social distancing protocols were in place.

Families took photos in front of the beautifully decorated tree, strolled through the Winter Wonderland filled with magical lights and decorations and waved to Santa who was hard at work in his workshop filling his sleigh with presents. Festivities included games, raffle prizes, and each child received a special gift along with a stocking filled with toys and candy. Everyone received a treat box filled with brownies and cookies and enjoyed delicious hot chocolate.

Several of Santa’s helpers were also on hand to provide raffle tickets, take photos, coordinate games, help families to distance and clean all touch surfaces between visits making for an enjoyable and safe day for all!

About Dayton T. Brown, Inc.

For over 70 years, Dayton T. Brown, Inc. (DTB) has been synonymous with excellence and exceptional customer service. As a leading organization in testing, engineering, logistics, technical publications, and military mission system, DTB has earned national respect and recognition.

Established in 1950 and headquartered in Bohemia, NY, the company has evolved into three divisions: Engineering & Test, Technical Services, and Mission Systems, each with diverse yet complementary operations. Within the Mission Systems Division, situated in PAX River, MD, DTB offers mobile SCIF trailers and a comprehensive range of aircraft modifications capabilities to support vital missions.

With a wealth of engineering expertise, DTB possesses the necessary breadth and depth to comprehend system requirements, encompassing design, prototyping, production, and mission support. We are dedicated to delivering the optimal solution for your mission-critical program.