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As part of the Training Center Engineering and Logistics Sustainment Package, AHA is performing Engineering and Logistics Analysis, and developing sustainment lifecycle, CM requirements, Tech Pub development, IUID creation, registration and implementation, and WF maintenance courseware.
AHA reviewed and assessed the classroom requirements for 11 sites located in two states and at three USMC bases (Yuma, AZ; Cherry Point, NC; and New River, NC). AHA procured, delivered, and installed the equipment at four of these sites, and delivered a Classroom Equipment Inventory Report (EIR) for each site.
AHA provided support for the Information Assurance (IA) certification and accreditation process IAW the DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) for FRS and Weapons School Systems.
AHA provided acquisition, inventory, kitting, marking, and packaging of electrical components for the M-ATV/WINT project.
As part of an International Foreign Military Sales (FMS) project, AHA is developing and upgrading 80 hours of KAF Aircrew courseware to the F/A-18 (SCS) 25X(K) platform, including on-site installation of Electronic Classroom, LMS, and Train the Trainer.
AHA procured, assembled, and delivered electrical kit components and spare parts for the HUMVEE Egress Assistance Trainer (HEAT). The trainer is used world-wide as the primary method for training crews in rollover emergency egress drills.
AHA assembled, integrated, and delivered electrical control systems and spare parts for multiple variants of the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Egress Trainer (MET) utilized world-wide as the primary method for training crews in roll-over emergency egress drills.
AHA provided centralized procurement, quality control, and packaging and delivery of spare parts and assemblies to Partner-Nation contracting companies for resupply of MET electrical control system inventories.
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