posted on Sep, 7 2013 @ 12:18 AM
CSC ran the "threats" around the range. ["Threats" are surface to air units that have been de-milled, i.e. they just have radar and cameras, but
no missiles. Essentially a "virtual" enemy.] You can see CSC on the door of this truck if you zoom in.
webpage of "threats"
PAE Completes Acquisition of CSC’s Applied Technology Division ARLINGTON, Va., July 19, 2013 –
PAE, a leading provider of global mission services, announced today that its acquisition of Computer Sciences Corporation’s (NYSE: CSC) Applied
Technology Division (ATD) is complete.
“We are very pleased to officially welcome the ATD employees to the PAE family,” said PAE President Mike Dignam. “It marks a significant step
in our progress towards becoming an industry-leading service provider.”
“With the addition of ATD, PAE’s operations will expand to include new capabilities, such as support services for space, test and training
ranges, and deepen existing service offerings,” Dignam adds. “Our workforce has expanded and diversified as well, with a shared commitment to
supporting our customers’ missions with excellence and integrity.”
PAE is a leading provider of global mission services to the U.S. Government and its allied partners. For over fifty years, PAE has provided training,
logistics, and operations and maintenance services to support complex missions for customers around the world. With the addition of ATD, PAE
employs approximately 15,000 people in over 60 countries and is headquartered in Arlington, Va. # # #
Nothing particularly earth shattering here. Just a FYI for those that visit the range and perhaps see a different name on the trucks. Usually at the
end of a nighttime Red Flag session, you will see the "threats" leaving the inner area of the range at the Cedar Gate on the ET Highway. Also from
the "back gate" near Rachel.
BTW, if you haven't been tracking the NTTR weather, it has been hell on earth for a few weeks. Lots of water vapor in the air. The link below leads
to a page where you can see the weather from Tikaboo Peak.
Tikaboo weather station