BSI and MACE Deliver on ACC iATTACK
Live, Virtual, Constructive Program
at JRTC & NTC (May 2017)
ACC’s iATTACK Live Virtual Constructive program, through the prime contractor Booz Allen Hamilton (BAH), has purchased two additional MACEs to expand their capabilities to the Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC), Ft Polk LA and the National Training Center (NTC) Ft Irwin CA. The iATTACK system provides JTACs and supported Army brigades Remotely Operated Video Enhanced Receiver (ROVER) systems with computer generated virtual and constructive entities when live aircraft are unable to provide the ROVER feed. The iATTACK program is made up of a simulation system (operating MACE) and a series of towers to transmit the data and video to and from the ROVER systems and tracking devices on live entities being used during an exercise.
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