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Contract award for MAGTF, Tactical Warfare Simulation (MTWS) at Hill Air Force Base

September 2, 2021 by Adrian Ward Uncategorized 0 comments

Back to The JAAW™ Group NewsSalt Lake City, Utah – The JAAW™ Group announces a contract award for the MAGTF, Tactical Warfare Simulation (MTWS) at Hill Air Force Base in Utah. The JAAW™ Group will be providing subject matter expertise in high performance computing, DevSecOps, and cyber security for the next generation simulation training for the United States Marine Corps. The JAAW™ Group team of experts will support innovation in re-hosting legacy software into high order language and modular data architecture, resulting in an infinitely scalable MTWS solution to support top down simulation. Our veteran team will be able to virtualize any geographic location in the world for use in training against realistic combat scenarios with Marine Corps Air, Land, Sea, and Logistic assets. With The JAAW™ Group’s history of technological innovation and delivery of cutting edge software development processes, integrated with High Performance Computing, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning expertise, we ensure all simulations and training solutions will be relevant to the MAGTF and warfighters around the world. The JAAW™ Group draws upon leading industry and government certifications in Program Management, Project Management, Cyber Security and Nuclear Surety, executed by a veteran team with proven processes and methodologies, delivered to exceed expectations. With decades of weapons systems development, rapid prototyping, engineering services, nuclear surety engineering, cyber security, Range of the Future ground system development, agile software development, test automation program management/acquisition, DevSecOps, Amazon Web Services (AWS)/Platform One (P1) cloud computing, Microsoft Azure, operational test and launch and logistics, The JAAW™ Group delivers long-term, sustainable solutions.

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