Fidelity Fires receives Full Accreditation for Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC) Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) Joint Mission Essential Task List
Reading, PA, August 5, 2016 – Fidelity Technologies Corporation announced today the full MOA accreditation of the Fidelity Fires Product Line as a part of its delivery of immersive systems, classrooms, pilot stations, and simulated military devices for the Special Operations Forces of a prominent Middle Eastern Military customer as the virtual simulation solution for their JTAC training program.
The Fidelity Fires Product Line meets all requirements of the Joint Fire Support Executive Steering Committee (JFS ESC) 2015 JTAC MOA for all Joint Mission Essential Task List (JMETL) training requirements in all conditions (Type I, Type II, Type III, day, night, ground laser target designation and marking, Video Downlink (VDL), surface to surface fires, air to surface fires, and remote observer).
Fidelity has delivered hundreds of accredited systems worldwide over the past two decades. This delivery represents the latest evolution of the Fidelity Fires Product Line. System advancements in the Fidelity Fires Product Line include capabilities that allow the user to train in highly contested environments against threats that realistically simulate sophisticated first world systems. Features include Anti-Access / Area-Denial (A2/AD) threats with fully articulating radar and turret systems, accurate acquisition and tracking systems, tracer densities, and graduated damage states.
This delivery consists of multiple interoperable systems networked together in a common training environment. The interconnectivity of all systems allows the Joint Fires Observer (JFO) to spot targets and radio target positions from the JFO’s position in one dome to the JTAC in a separate dome. The JTAC is then able to ground laser target designate the target from the JTAC’s position and a pilot-in-the-loop operating in a completely separate system is able to drop laser-guided munitions using the JTAC’s laser mark. System interoperability is critical to ensure that all aspects of the fires team can train together, just as they execute on the battlefield. The system delivery also includes simulated military devices that perfectly replicate the Form, Fit, and Function (3F) of the actual Special Operations Forces operational equipment, including Digitally-Aided Close Air Support (CAS) devices.
”This Full Accreditation of the latest generation of the Fidelity Fires Product Line adds another endorsement to the many received over the long span of our product history. We have continued to evolve and improve our fires product line to set the new standard in state of the art training systems”, said David Gulati, President.