Systems integrator provides a three-star response to a high level command & control challenge.
Challenge: Support vital decision-making for an entire Army Corps in a single small, mobile facility.
Solution: Design a special, truck-transportable command & control shelter incorporating flexible data processing and display capabilities — and send personnel overseas to staff it.
A team of technicians from Azbell Electronics, based in
It was Azbell’s fourth deployment overseas and once again the team is making use of a mobile command & control shelter the company has developed especially for combat support applications.
For Azbell Vice President of Business Development Barry Crum, sending company people to a combat zone for a year is a costly and inconvenient proposition, but sends an important message.
“One of the things we tell our government customers is that we’re not only going to be here to support them in peacetime, but when they’re deployed in harm’s way, we’re willing to stand on the battlefield with them,” Crum says.
“In harm’s way” is turning out to be much more than a common expression for civilian contractor personnel in
Central Command, which is responsible for