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LMCO Australia wins prestigious ADF Core Simulation Capability

27th March 2019 - 14:10 GMT | by Trevor Nash in London


Negotiations have been completed for the Australian Defence Force’s (ADF) JP9711 Core Simulation Capability requirement and Lockheed Martin Australia, including partners Calytrix Technologies and NEC Australia, have now been placed under contract by the Australian government.

LMCO Australia was down-selected for the programme around 18 months ago at the expense of a Northrop Grumman and CAE team.

Northrop Grumman provides the current USAF network infrastructure for its distributed training (LEXIOS) while the latter has been responsible for facilitating RAAF participation in Virtual Flag exercises over recent years.

JP9711 seeks to provide a networked training capability for the ADF

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Trevor Nash


Trevor Nash

After a career in the British Army, Trevor Nash worked in the simulation and training …

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