DoD EXPERIENCE & CAPABILITIES

Integrated Research & Development for Enterprise Solutions (IRES)

We support the Missile Defense Agency, at Schriever AFB, on the Integrated Research & Development for Enterprise Solutions (IRES) contract helping to provide integrated solutions to support concurrent test, training and operations within the Missile Defense Integration and Operations Center (MDIOC) mission platform and the execution of the Missile Defense Agency’s enterprise communications and information technology environment.

 

  • Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) mission operations

  • BMDS testing

  • Wargames and exercises

  • Modeling and simulation

  • Enterprise communications and information technology environment

  • Operation of facility infrastructure

System Engineering and Sustainment Integrator (SENSOR)

At Colorado Springs, we support HQ AFSPACE Command, Peterson AFB, on the System Engineering and Sustainment Integrator (SENSOR) contract providing engineering analysis and services to sustain, maintain and modernize Space Surveillance Network (SSN) radar sensors for Eglin, BMEWS/PAVE PAWS/UWER, Globus II, and HAVE STARE and to include electro-optical GEODSS and other sensor assets, including Legacy systems IBM hardware maintenance, network sustainment, Information Assurance (IA) and ITW/AA accreditation support.

NORAD Integrated Space Support Contract (NISSC)

We support the NORAD Cheyenne Mountain Complex Integrated Tactical Warning/Attack Assessment (NCMCITW/AA) System Program Office (SPO) on the NORAD Integrated Space Support Contract (NISSC) providing Cheyenne Mountain system operations and engineering services for systems, software, sensors, data sources, and data/report distribution for air, space, missile and maritime threat event analysis and processing in support of NORAD Regions and mission partners like USSTRATCOM and USNORTHCOM.

 

  • System engineering, change management, configuration management, process development, ModelBased System Engineering (MBSE), Interface modeling, configuration, mission and DoD Architecture Framework (DoDAF/MODAF) alignment and update, problem analysis and resolution, Technical Baseline documentation, and CCB

  • Support and develop missile warning algorithms for the Missile Analysis and Reporting system (MARS)

Innovation, Integration and Information Support 2 Contract (3IS II)

At Schriever AFB, we support United States Air Force Warfare Center (USAFWC) on the Innovation, Integration and Information Support 2 Contract (3IS II) which supports the USAFWC in developing new techniques and procedures to apply space-based capabilities to military training, exercises, plans and operations in support of Department of Defense (DoD) front-line warfighters

Space Surveillance Network Analysis Model (SSNAM)

We provide support HQ AFSPACE Command, Peterson AFB on the Space Surveillance Network Analysis Model (SSNAM) for Space Surveillance Network (SSN) force structure analysis, USSTRATCOM space object space catalog performance, event processing capabilities and new sensor “what-if” simulations. 

Develop, maintain and integrate new capabilities to the networked, high fidelity computer simulation SSNAM model • Perform and analyze “end-to-end” simulations, re-enactments, and studies of space surveillance events and missions to aid in understanding the performance, response, and processing characteristics of the SSN • Conduct sensor capability trades and studies for new threat analysis, acquisition planning, capability sequencing and force structure sustainment.

Satellite Mission Operations and Maintenance Support (SMOMS)

Aerodyne supports the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) via the Satellite Mission Operations and Maintenance Support (SMOMS) contract. Employees are located at the NOAA Satellite Operations Facility in Suitland, MD and at the National Center for Climate and Weather Prediction in College Park, MD. Aerodyne is responsible for retrieving data collected by the satellite, processing the data a variety of ways, and distributing the data to multiple customers: the National Weather Service, National Hurricane Center, FEMA, Department of Defense, other U.S. agencies, various non-U.S. agencies, and the general public.

Integrated Research & Development for Enterprise Solutions (IRES)

We support the Missile Defense Agency, at Schriever AFB, on the Integrated Research & Development for Enterprise Solutions (IRES) contract helping to provide integrated solutions to support concurrent test, training and operations within the Missile Defense Integration and Operations Center (MDIOC) mission platform and the execution of the Missile Defense Agency’s enterprise communications and information technology environment.

 

  • Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) mission operations

  • BMDS testing

  • Wargames and exercises

  • Modeling and simulation

  • Enterprise communications and information technology environment

  • Operation of facility infrastructure

System Engineering and Sustainment Integrator (SENSOR)

At Colorado Springs, we support HQ AFSPACE Command, Peterson AFB, on the System Engineering and Sustainment Integrator (SENSOR) contract providing engineering analysis and services to sustain, maintain and modernize Space Surveillance Network (SSN) radar sensors for Eglin, BMEWS/PAVE PAWS/UWER, Globus II, and HAVE STARE and to include electro-optical GEODSS and other sensor assets, including Legacy systems IBM hardware maintenance, network sustainment, Information Assurance (IA) and ITW/AA accreditation support.

NORAD Integrated Space Support Contract (NISSC)

We support the NORAD Cheyenne Mountain Complex Integrated Tactical Warning/Attack Assessment (NCMCITW/AA) System Program Office (SPO) on the NORAD Integrated Space Support Contract (NISSC) providing Cheyenne Mountain system operations and engineering services for systems, software, sensors, data sources, and data/report distribution for air, space, missile and maritime threat event analysis and processing in support of NORAD Regions and mission partners like USSTRATCOM and USNORTHCOM.

 

  • System engineering, change management, configuration management, process development, ModelBased System Engineering (MBSE), Interface modeling, configuration, mission and DoD Architecture Framework (DoDAF/MODAF) alignment and update, problem analysis and resolution, Technical Baseline documentation, and CCB

  • Support and develop missile warning algorithms for the Missile Analysis and Reporting system (MARS)

Innovation, Integration and Information Support 2 Contract (3IS II)

At Schriever AFB, we support United States Air Force Warfare Center (USAFWC) on the Innovation, Integration and Information Support 2 Contract (3IS II) which supports the USAFWC in developing new techniques and procedures to apply space-based capabilities to military training, exercises, plans and operations in support of Department of Defense (DoD) front-line warfighters

Space Surveillance Network Analysis Model (SSNAM)

We provide support HQ AFSPACE Command, Peterson AFB on the Space Surveillance Network Analysis Model (SSNAM) for Space Surveillance Network (SSN) force structure analysis, USSTRATCOM space object space catalog performance, event processing capabilities and new sensor “what-if” simulations. 

Develop, maintain and integrate new capabilities to the networked, high fidelity computer simulation SSNAM model • Perform and analyze “end-to-end” simulations, re-enactments, and studies of space surveillance events and missions to aid in understanding the performance, response, and processing characteristics of the SSN • Conduct sensor capability trades and studies for new threat analysis, acquisition planning, capability sequencing and force structure sustainment.

Information Technology Capability Contract II (ITCC)

At Offutt AFB in Omaha, we support USSTRATCOM on the Information Technology Capability Contract II (ITCC) which provides IT services, capabilities and functions for USSTRATCOM IT infrastructure, networks, classified networks (JWICS, GCCS), mission critical systems and applications for the Global Operations Center (GOC) and Commanders Situation Room (CSR).

 

  • Provide database and data analysis, design, development, integration and testing

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