Like many organisations, SyntheSys Defence responded to the COVID-19 pandemic with a schedule of online Tactical Data Link (TDL) training, to which we were overwhelmed with the response. Whilst online delivery presents a flexible alternative, we are pleased to be back in front of customers delivering COVID-safe classroom training.
Our latest classroom course has taken us to the NATO Air Base at Geilenkirchen where Tony Castle and James Norful recently presented a 3-day training event for the Integrated Multilink Facility (IMF). The course, which was attended by IMF personnel, and the Belgian Network Design Facility, trained students on both theoretical and practical aspects of the Block Upgrade 2 (BU2) and Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) upgrades, and the implications for Network Design in respect to the Tactical Network Design Station (TNDS).
‘‘We would like to thank DXC for their support in the delivery of this training. We are very pleased to be back in the classroom and have received positive feedback from the delegates.’’
Our next stop is Ramstein Air Base, where we are delivering our Data Link Manager/Interface Control Officer course to a group of NATO and United States (US) personnel.
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