Optimal Performance Under Extreme Conditions

Peraton’s CAMMO team attains notable milestone through superior program performance.

Managing satellite ground systems is critical to data integrity of the U.S. Air Force’s mission operations. With more than 25 years supporting the Air Force Satellite Control Network (AFSCN) and now the Consolidated AFSCN Modifications, Maintenance, and Operations (CAMMO) program, Peraton delivers 24/7 engineering and technical operations and maintenance support to seven tracking stations around the globe. These sites span Thule Air Base, Greenland; Hawaii; California; New Hampshire; Florida; and, British Indian Ocean Territory.

Peraton’s Thule Greenland Station manager, George, wrapped up a strong 2017 by accepting a Meritorious Achievement and Outstanding Performance award on behalf of the Peraton team for their support of the (CAMMO) program.

Air Force site commander, Major William McGillivray recognized Peraton’s vital contribution of sustained superior performance in completing 50,000 error-free supports during the 46-month window of February 2014 through December 2017. And with a median annual temperature of 11.8 degrees Fahrenheit, the team’s dedication is evident as they navigate to the site in extreme weather conditions on a regular basis.

With the program running into 2024, Peraton’s CAMMO team is primed to continue their stellar support for years to come.

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