US Navy gets BAMS C2 facility
Burns and McDonnell has delivered a new command and control facility that will support the US Navy's Broad Area Maritime Surveillance (BAMS) operations at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, the company announced on 25 April.
The new two-storey, 31,000-square-foot complex has expanded capacity for intelligence analysis, planning and operational support for BAMS personnel. The facility is home to the Tactical Operations Centre for manned P-8A surveillance aircraft and the US Navy's new MQ-4C Triton squadron programme.
The facility features a full range of enhanced security features designed to protect classified information, combats external electromagnetic interference and has a number of energy conservation features such as sophisticated control systems, high-efficiency motors, occupancy lighting sensors and high-efficiency heating, ventilation and air conditioning.
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