SAIC is a longtime leader in designing, executing, and assessing live, virtual, and constructive exercises and supporting development of interactive curricula that prepare sailors and enable fleet readiness.
Design, execute, and assess, live, virtual, and constructive (LVC) training exercises for naval units, including exercises with joint (non-naval) and partner nation participants; academic instruction and wargaming; and staff training policy support for U.S. Fleet Forces (USFF).
Develop training exercises and events that support functional and collective training of Maritime Operation Centers (MOCs) at the 9 fleet headquarters
Provide environmental, operational, and geospatial information system support for major fleet exercises and range complexes for USFF and Commander Pacific Fleet (CPF).
Provide course instruction and technical support for IT systems and cybersecurity-related technical training courses at the Center for Information Warfare Training (CIWT).
Provide systems engineering and training analysis for SCSTC units and detachments worldwide.
SAIC designs and executes more than 20 training exercises each year, at levels from individual combat units to strike groups to fleet headquarters. These events ensure carrier and expeditionary strike groups are ready to deploy and fleet staffs are prepared to properly employ them.
SAIC teams are the only teams that have provided this support for the FDTPS, OLWTT, and ETO customers since the inception of these contracts (as far back as 2007).