For the third year running, Peraton’s El Paso-based Air Defense Interoperability Validation System (ADIVS) team was tapped to participate in the joint German and Netherlands Air Defense Operations tactical exercise, Timber Express. Held annually in support of the Tactical Data Link Management Cell (TDLMC), Air Force Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Frank Ziems stated in his post-event letter of appreciation to the Peraton team, “Once again, the ADIVS software was the shining star of the show.”
Peraton’s engineers delivered real-time on-the-spot analysis during this North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) exercise recently convened in Uedem, Germany. After the exercise, Peraton hosted a two-week deep-dive analysis for the TDLMC along with other industry players during which the team assessed 33,891,962 lines of recorded data to continue to advance the system software and design.
Quoting LTC Ziems, “Peraton supported our combined analysis effort with our European and U.S. industry partners, not just by doing an outstanding job hosting roughly a dozen experts at their facility, but also and more significantly, by contributing with their impressive knowledge of all things related to tactical data links.”
Why It’s Important
Military readiness is vital to our national security. The interactive software the ADIVS program delivers is critical to sustaining the military superiority of the U.S. and our allies.