Huntsville, AL – Yorktown Systems Group, Inc. (Yorktown), a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), has been awarded the Instrumentable Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (I-MILES) Analysis Contract in Fort Eustis, VA. Under the contract, Yorktown will continue to support the Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Capability Manager for Live Training (TCM-Live), providing a full spectrum of research and evaluation with the goal of delivering a method for training units in a realistic and strategic setting. Yorktown will assist TCM-Live in its mission to evaluate, plan, and execute the Army’s Live Training capabilities at institutional training posts, the home station, and the Combat Training Centers (CTCs). Yorktown will also build a detailed Basis of Issue for I-MILES equipment (a report documenting any new or improved components). Throughout, the Senior Training Analyst, Rebecca Hundley, will assist the TCM-Live with implementing training program evaluations and how to best interpret the evaluation results. Originally from Williamsburg, Virginia, Becca is enjoying the opportunity to continue to support our Warfighters as well as live near her family and friends. She has over ten years of experience in Logistics Management with the Department of Defense, specifically the US Army Tank Automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM) in Warren, MI.
Sean Mahan, Yorktown's Site Lead at Fort Eustis, said today that "we are thrilled to be able to continue this work in support of TCM-Live's mission to improve the Army's Live training capabilities. We feel this is a role where our unique and expert skills and abilities will allow us to excel at meeting our client’s needs. We have no doubt our partnership with TCM-Live will prove to be successful in enhancing the Army’s capability to train Soldiers.”