Medium Extended Air Defense System BMC4I software demonstrates interoperability with NATO 2206135
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Defence & Security Industry News - Lockheed Martin
|Saturday, June 22, 2013 09:27 AM|
|Medium Extended Air Defense System BMC4I software demonstrates interoperability with NATO.|
The Medium Extended Air Defense System (MEADS) has successfully demonstrated network interoperability with NATO systems during Joint Project Optic Windmill (JPOW) exercises held in May and June. In these JPOW exercises, MEADS tactical battle management command, control, communications, computers and intelligence (BMC4I) software connected to a NATO test site in the Netherlands using a transportable air defense test bed at the German Air Force Air Defense Center at Fort Bliss, Texas.
MEADS BMC4I Tactical Operations Center (TOC)
MEADS demonstrated its battle management capability to transmit, receive and process Link 16 messages, as well as other elements of threat engagement and target intercept. JPOW’s objective is to demonstrate all facets of theater air and missile defense, emphasizing interoperability and refinement of tactics for participating systems.