GlobalFlyte Meets with West Virginia National Guard

GlobalFlyte demonstrates common operating picture to West Virginia National Guard

GlobalFlyte Meets with West Virginia National Guard

GlobalFlyte’s President, Tim Shaw, and Chief Mission Officer, Jim Gruenberg travelled to Charleston, West Virginia last weekend to participate in several meetings with the West Virginia National Guard to discuss their mission critical needs.

 

National Guard and civilian agencies are challenged with complex interdependencies during critical incident and operations. Whether responding to an incident that requires multiple local/civilian response agencies, or when planning and executing an exercise where diverse organizations must interact to provide the desired impact, the need to see a common operating picture, in real time, is critical to mission success.

 

Utilizing one high-performing, consistent, user-friendly solution provides the National Guard and civilian authorities with an understandable common operating picture. Not only does GlobalFlyte provide clarity, but it increases comprehension as proven through independent research conducted by the United States Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio.