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EMPOWERED WITH BATTALION LEVEL EXERCISE CAPABILITIES
WHEN THE Royal Netherlands Army
The logistics included 3,300 individually
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(RNLA) was looking to improve its mobile
serial numbered units of equipment.
training capabilities back in 2000, Saab
By facilitating the issue and receipt of
was awarded the task of developing a fully
equipment from several stations and
instrumented mobile combat training centre
different locations simultaneously, the
(MCTC). Seven years later, when the RNLA
system kept the time taken for equipment
decided to further improve its MCTC capa-
management to a minimum.
bilities, Saab was once again entrusted with
Representing the most advanced instru-
the assignment. This time the mission was two folded â€“ to empower the RNLA with battalion level exercise capabilities, and to incorporate the Royal Netherland Marines in the solution.
mented mobile CTC system of its kind currently available, this modular solution incorporates everything required for transforming the most austere training site into a full-blown battalion level CTC within
Recently, on time and within 24 months,
the space of 48 hours.
the upgraded MCTC was delivered to the
The containerized solution is the first
RNLA and tested in a joint exercise with the German Army where 800 soldiers and vehicles were logged in to the Excon.
MCTC system offering a number of unique
follow the exercise in EXCON via 3G or satellite communication. r JOUFHSBUFUIF#BUUMF.BOBHFNFOU4ZTUFN (BMS) facilitating visualization of the BMS through the EXCON. In short â€“ with a mobile combat training centre from Saab, you are not only empowered with battalion level exercise capabilities, but also prepared for mission success.
INSTRUMENTED MOBILE CTC
BATTALION LEVEL EXERCISES
features including the capacity to:
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