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Ternion Wins $1.2 Million C2WSPTT Contract from US Air Force

View from Simulated Predator UAV from FLAMES based C2WSPTT

Simulated Predator UAV video feed from C2WSPTT

May 18, 2010 Ternion Corporation won a new one-year, $1.2 million contract from the US Air Force 505th Communications Squadron (505  CS) to continue development on the Command and Control Weapon System Part Task Trainer (C2WSPTT), which is based on Ternion’s FLAMES Simulation Framework.

“Using FLAMES, Ternion has helped the 505 CS develop an award-winning LVC (live virtual constructive) training simulation,” states Mike Cash, Director of Engineering Services and Co-owner, Ternion Corporation. “We’re excited to continue work on C2WSPTT and help its deployment spread to even more sites worldwide.”

Learn more about C2WSPTT and how it uses FLAMES.