May 02 2012
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SAIC Completes Stand-Up Of New Jordan Armed Forces Command And Control (C2) Center
MCLEAN, Va. and AMMAN, Jordan, May 2, 2012
PRNewswire/ -- Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) (NYSE: SAI) today announced it has successfully completed its contract to provide command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence (C4I) support to the Jordan Armed Forces (JAF) Joint Special Operations Command (JSOCOM).
As part of the two year contract, SAIC designed and equipped a new command and control (C2) center, and integrated C4I system upgrades for JAF JSOCOM.
"We are honored to be part of this very important milestone. SAIC's C4I engineering and integration capabilities will enhance JAF JSOCOM's mission effectiveness in theatre," said Tom Baybrook, president of SAIC's Defense Solutions Group.
His Majesty King Abdullah II Bin Al-Hussein attended the official opening ceremony on March 8, where he viewed a practical application carried out by a Joint Special Operations' unit through a live broadcast to the new center. He was also briefed on the center's capabilities and given a tour of the facility.
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