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The joint deployable team, one of three subordinate commands under the JECC, is a flexible employment package consisting of experts in plans, operations, knowledge management, intelligence and logistics.
We are extremely proud to receive this award on behalf of the hardworking engineering team who were involved in the Jaguar Pyrotechnic Pedestrian Deployable Bonnet and the new XK," said Mr Mabey after the presentation
The DSS is also being used in an operational context as an immediately deployable mine action center start-up hardware system.
Previous demonstrations of deployable LTE systems for disaster communications have focused on simply connecting a small transportable LTE base station node to a satellite communications link, raising the challenge of bandwidth limitations.
As these systems have become more sophisticated, the well-documented implementation challenges and unpredictable physician adoption rates made it difficult to find a solution that would be universally deployable across our diverse and complex multi-specialty practice.
TATRC is doing a lot of work on future deployable medical systems, so we figured this was a good fit because this is a future medical system," he said.
AMEX:RAE), a leading global provider of rapidly deployable sensor networks that enable customers to identify safety and security threats in real time, today announced it has entered into a joint venture with Liaoning Coal Industry Group Co.
A deployable version of the LRC is currently being fielded at the MEF level so Marines can access courseware while aboard ship.
TVI Corporation (NASDAQ: TVIN), a global supplier of rapidly deployable first receiver and first responder systems for homeland security, hospitals, the military, police and fire departments, and public health agencies, will host a conference call for investors on Thursday, November 2 at 10:00 a.
WASHINGTON -- The Navy today showcased a new, deployable medical system that's saving time--and servicemembers' lives.