After an almost two-year hiatus due to the COVID pandemic, we are happy to announce the successful completion of our Data Link Manager / Interface Control Officer (DLM/ICO) course, held at Ramstein Air Base from 1-19 November.
As the DLM/ICO is responsible for the entire Tactical Data Link (TDL) interface to include both planning and execution functions, it is critical the training scope is vast and comprehensive. Over the course of three weeks North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) members from the Netherlands, Czech Republic, United States, Belgium, and Italy were provided with an in depth understanding of how to plan, build, interact and subsequently manage Multi TDL architectures.
The course focused on providing students with a series of challenging learning outcomes using practical exercises, simulation and real-world operational software. This interactive process promotes a cooperative learning environment, allowing each student to progress with confidence and a developed knowledge of each TDL.
Our next stop is Frederikshavn, Denmark, where we are again delivering our DLM/ICO course to a group of NATO personnel representing Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, and the Netherlands.
To learn more about our best-in-class TDL and related training, visit: http://www.synthesys-defence.co.uk/data-link-training.html