NAWCAD

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NAWCADNaval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division
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ATR also designs, develops, integrates, installs, maintains and operates all test range instrumentation, communications and digital data gathering and the handling of equipment at NAWCAD Patuxent River.
Three special focus areas within human systems at NAWCAD are the Investigation Support Team (1ST), the Fleet Air Introduction/Liaison of Survival Aircrew Flight Equipment (FAIL-SAFE), and the In-Service Engineering Office (ISEO).
NAWCAD will use the new SGI systems for computational improvements, which will improve the support for the Joint Strike Fighter weapon system by increasing real-time processing capabilities and real-time high-fidelity representations of virtual platforms/systems immersed in a realistic synthetic battlespace.
This award continues our strong and long established partnership with NAWCAD in meeting DoD and other Government Agency unique C-E requirements," said Bruce Hamilton, President, BAE SYSTEMS Applied Technologies.
Jim Deffler, PMA-260's NAWCAD site lead at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.
Following these tests, NAWCAD decided to implement the new program schedule.
Under afive-year, $57 million contract, ManTech will provide NAWCAD engineering, technical and administrative support for naval aircraft and systems.
Engility engineers will support the NAWCAD ATC system used on all aircraft carriers and amphibious assault ships.
NAWCAD is preparing for the future by supporting these larger systems-of-systems types of tests with its capabilities-based T&E resources.
Under this BPA, Tampa Microwave will be eligible to compete for "Calls" (orders) to supply NAWCAD SCR and other government agencies utilizing this contract vehicle with SATCOM equipment to support the rapid design, development, procurement, prototype, modification, integration, test and evaluation, installation, fielding, certification, maintenance, life cycle and logistics support of C4ISR Electronic Systems.
Caption: Brandon Norris, NAWCAD structures engineer, judges the clearance between the V-22 and F-35 power module as its trailer is moved into position before winching.
ManTech engineers will support NAWCAD on carrier-based tactical aircraft, shipboard-capable vertical/short-takeoff and landing aircraft, maritime support aircraft, unmanned aircraft, tactical weapons systems, support systems, avionics and equipment, air-launched weapons, electronic warfare systems, cruise missiles, aircraft launch and recovery equipment and other equipment related to Navy and Marine Corps air power.