Strategy and Strategic Communications Specialist for the Project Manager, Night Vision/Reconnaissance, Surveillance, and Target Acquisition As a center of excellence...
An intelligence effort being advanced by each of the military services is promoting more complete intelligence analysis, better collaboration across the services and faster delivery of actionable intelligence to support combat operations.
Outstanding leadership, accomplishments and achievements in providing critical capability in support of the Soldier were recognized during the recent C4ISR Center of Excellence Awards Ceremony.
On May 29, the Persistent Threat Detection System (PTDS) system entered its next chapter as Lt. Col. Michael Parodi, Product Manager Meteorological and Target Identification Capabilities, was on hand at the Lockheed Martin facility in Akron, Ohio; to accept the delivery of the last PTDS ordered. Since its original introduction as a quick reaction capability the Army has procured 66 systems that have been used in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
In February 2011, the Product Management Team of the Meteorological and Target Identification Capabilities (PdM MaTIC) office embarked on an ambitious plan to reduce the organization’s life–cycle logistics footprint for the Joint Combat Identification Marking System (JCIMS).
The NATO intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance community kicked off a first–of–its–kind technical trial today in Norway to help in preserving gains made during the past decade of conflict and to build on them for the future.
Faced with the daunting task of stopping insurgents in Iraq and Afghanistan from utilizing their number one killing option with the use of radio controlled IEDs was a major focus for the Army as it quickly developed numerous Counter Radio Controlled IED (CREW) jammers to smother the threat.
The Program Executive Office for Intelligence Electronic Warfare & Sensors (PEO IEW&S) came under new leadership on April 11 following a Change of Charter ceremony hosted by Lt. Gen. William Phillips, Principal Military Deputy to the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition Logistics and Technology), during which Brig. Gen. Harold Greene relinquished command to Stephen Kreider who will serve as the acting PEO.
LEARNING UNDER PRESSURE: PM ODI builds on experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan to adapt and improve on numerous fronts
As the Army’s leading provider of Quick Reaction Capability (QRC) Aerial Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (AISR), Product Manager Observe, Detect, and Identify (PM ODI) has met remarkable logistical and operational challenges in deploying, fielding, and operating its systems. The challenges included condensed timelines, widely dispersed remote locations, personnel instability, unrefined operational requirements, multiple contracts, and limited resources.