' Anteon wins Army battle simulation job. The Army has awarded Anteon Corp. a contract worth $47 million over nine years to provide operational and administrative support for battle simulation centers. Anteon of Fairfax, Va., will support the 3rd Corps' battle simulation centers, including enhancing software for specialized applications.

Anteon must maintain a range of simulation models, including ones for brigade and battalion battles, battle training and joint intelligence. Work will be performed at Fort Hood, Texas; Fort Carson, Colo.; Fort Riley, Kan.; and overseas locations.

Anteon also will support distance-learning initiatives, distributing simulations to remote sites from Fort Hood mainframe computers via T1 and dial-up connections.

' Air Force taps CACI for study of e-warfare. The research laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, has awarded CACI International Inc. an $8.5 million contract to study electronic warfare. Under the five-year deal, the Arlington, Va., company will emulate battlefield conditions for lab demonstrations and evaluate electronic-warfare technologies. Among the tests, CACI will simulate radar threats to Air Force weapons systems.

The contract also calls for CACI to continue supporting the Multi-Service Force Deployment Team in developing simulated threat scenarios to be tested during joint-services activities.

'Dawn S. Onley


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