COMWEB served the United States Navy "Top Gun" Aviator
In the early 1990's, the United States Navy "Top Gun"
School introduced PC-based information technology training to its
elite F-14 "Tomcat" Aviators. It sought a solution that
could support various forms of technologies and interactivity, maximizing
on individual and group learning productivity. Needless to say,
"Top Gun" requirements were both demanding and exact.
"Top Gun" required a highly reliable communication command
and control system meeting its exact standards. A solution was needed
to accommodate a full range of hardware integration and content
formats, ranging from standard videotapes to "Secretive"
data passed through highly secured channels. Because of the Navy's
unique standards in its communication, the desired system must be
platform independent and flexible enough to accommodate all possible
configurations. Moreover, the solution must perform in real-time
allowing for collaboration and group interactivity.
COMWEB was selected as "Top Gun" solution provider of
choice. Because of the "sensitive' nature of this particular
deployment, COMWEB will not disclose information about the specification
of the systems or its applications.
COMWEB systems were installed and operational since the early 1990's.
Several years later, the United States Air Force awarded COMWEB
a similar contract for its communication command and training Ops