- Collins Aerospace recently completed its critical design review (CDR) for the Tactical Combat Training Systems Increment II programme
- CDR ensures a system can proceed into fabrication and test and can meet stated performance requirements within cost, schedule, and risk
Collins Aerospace successfully completed the critical design review (CDR) for the US Navy’s (USN’s) Tactical Combat Training Systems Increment II (TCTS II) programme, according to a company statement.
TCTS II, originally awarded to Collins Aerospace in 2017, enables the rapid adaptation of new missions and threats into training. Clay Stephens, Collins Aerospace’s blended live, virtual, and constructive (LVC) training systems business development director, said on 22 October that the company is providing a new open architecture (OA), open standards, cyber-secure air combat training system that blends LVC participants into one high-fidelity, high-density training mission.
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