Raytheon Solipsys supports successful development testing for US Marine Corps Common Aviation Command and Control System Contract
Raytheon Solipsys successfully supported a U.S. Marine Corps Development Testing milestone for of the Common Aviation Command and Control System (CAC2S). The CAC2S provides comprehensive tracking, display, training and simulation capabilities to deployed Marines.
Providing a complete modernization replacement for the command and control (C2) equipment of the Marine Air Command and Control System (MACCS) which is nearing the end of its service life, CAC2S replaces single mission, stove-piped military specification, legacy systems while providing commonality in training and logistics support. CAC2S fulfills joint net-ready capability standards required of all DOD C2 systems and remedies the operational, technical, and performance deficiencies of the existing MACCS.
“It’s really a privilege to work with the Marine Corps team on the development of this system and support their Development Test milestone,” stated Mark Trenor, President of Raytheon Solipsys. “We have provided the Marines with an integrated operational picture of the battlefield, integrating the air and ground pieces of the battle together with state-of-the-art C2 and visualization. Raytheon Solipsys remains committed to Program success as we execute this program.”
Raytheon Solipsys, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Raytheon Company, is an industry leader in the development of integrated Command and Control (C2) Network-Centric solutions for the Domestic and International DoD and Homeland Security.