Training, Combat Development and Operational Support

KBRwyle has provided long-standing, superior support of training and exercise needs for a variety of government customers through its CAS Group headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama. KBRwyle provides training that addresses all-hazards scenarios and missions, and for over a quarter century has played a vital role in many major service studies.

Representative contributions to the combat developers have ranged from requirements development support to the Joint Capabilities Integration Development System (JCIDS) process to organizational designs and Battle Management Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence (BMC4I) architecture.

Additional KBRwyle efforts include supporting analyses conducted at U.S. Army Training and Doctrine (TRADOC) Analysis Command – forward and focused on the Army’s ongoing brigade modernization process and the integration of future networked systems and capabilities.

In the air and missile defense arena, KBRwyle has provided combat development support for:

  • Patriot
  • Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD)
  • Joint Land Attack Cruise Missile Defense Elevated Netter Sensor (JLENS)
  • Medium Extended Air Defense System (MEADS)
  • Indirect Fire Protection Capability (IFPC)
  • Extended Army Air Defense System (EAADS)

As a complement to service organizational and materiel transformation support, KBRwyle also worked with garrison base transformation elements to provide a unique skill set that has facilitated the successful BRAC-directed movement of the Army’s Air Defense Artillery School from Fort Bliss, Texas to the recently established Fires Center of Excellence (FCoE) at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

Other training, combat development and operational support contributions include:

  • KBRwyle personnel accompanying the physical movement of the Air Defense School to the FCoE, where support is now extended into areas of requirements, doctrine, training simulation, and support to related TRADOC Capabilities Manager (TCM) offices.
  • KBRwyle’s Drive Up System Training (DUST) facility designed to train Patriot air and missile defense units. The facility includes a government provided Flight Mission Simulated Digital (FMSD) device that simulates the launcher, radar, and missile, providing a combat-realistic engagement experience to the warfighter training on actual tactical equipment.
  • KBRwyle’s participation in combatant command exercises, where the company provides expertise to facilitate air defense involvement and training.