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Raytheon offers InSITE for U.S. Army training program
by Ryan Maass
Dulles, Va. (UPI) Dec 27, 2016

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Raytheon is offering its InSITE training solution for the U.S. Army's Training Aids, Devices, Simulations and Simulators Maintenance Program.

The program, which the company maintains will effectively boost mission readiness for the branch, is a follow-up to the U.S. Army Warfighter FOCUS program, for which Raytheon received a contract in 2007.

The InSITE project involves participants from cybersecurity provider CSRA, General Dynamics, Leidos, as well as 17 smaller businesses. Raytheon says the program provides the most effective and cost-friendly solution for the Army's training needs.

"Raytheon brings unmatched experience in maintaining and sustaining the US Army's Combat Training Centers, Army training devices and ranges to help drive and enable readiness," Raytheon Global Training Solutions vice president Pete Vangjel said in a press release. "Along with that experience, we bring the Army the best the industry has to offer with the lowest-risk and most cost-effective approach."

InSITE providers users with customizable interfaces, analytics, dashboards and data integrity to mobile devices such as tablets and cellphones. The company says it spent $6.5 million to develop the training solution for the Army.

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