To meet these mission requirements, RSJPO FLW is organized into a headquarters element, two robot training divisions, and a joint robotic repair detachment (JRRD).
RSJPO FLW conducts operator certification courses on all robotic systems currently fielded and intended for use by maneuver support elements.
It repairs all RSJPO FLW and CEHC robotic systems and provides maintenance support for the Explosive Ordnance Clearance Agent Course.
As a POR system, the M160 is completely managed by RSJPO FLW.
As robotic technology advances, RSJPO FLW is strategically positioned at the tip of the spear to meet the fielding and sustainment needs of the Engineer Warfighter.
For further information, contact RSJPO FLW at (Commercial) 573-596-0845 or (DSN) 581-0845.
Second Lieutenant Lau is an Engineer Basic Officer Leadership Course (EBOLC) student who was attached to RSJPO, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, prior to starting class.
But despite smaller budgets, RSJPO
recently awarded iRobot a $30 million indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract for its PackBot FasTac robotic system, said Frank Wilson, iRobot's senior vice president and general manager for defense and security.