Noblis to Help Air Force Update Distributed Common Ground System; Vernon Ingram Quoted

Vernon Ingram

Noblis will provide engineering technical services for a ground-based system that supports U.S. Air Force intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations under a three-year, $22M contract.

The company said Thursday it will help integrate the Air Force Distributed Common Ground System Open Architecture into the DCGS enterprise network to support operations at the AF Life Cycle Management Center’s Command and Control ISR Division.

DCGS functions as the military service’s global communications architecture designed to process, exploit and disseminate multi-intelligence data.

Noblis and its Noblis ESI subsidiary have supported the service branch in DCGS engineering and sustainment efforts since 2014.

“We’re proud to partner with AF DCGS in its efforts to modernize and deliver next-generation ISR capability to the warfighter,” said Noblis ESI President Vernon Ingram.

The AFLCMC’s C2ISR Division is located at Robins Air Force Base in Warner Robins, Ga.

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