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Title: Mission Command Systems
Services: Curriculum Training and Blended Computer Based Training (CBT)
Customer: Army Medical Department Center & School or AMEDDC&S, Information Management Training Branch

Project Summary

Requirement:
Provide lesson plans, instructional materials, conduct and evaluate training in Mission Command Systems (MCS), AMEDD Business Systems and future systems as they evolve. Systems include:  Mission Command System overview, Force Battle Command Brigade and Below (FBCB2) overview and operator, Command Post of the Future, and Joint Capabilities Release (JCR)/Joint Battle Command-Platform (JBC-P). AMEDD Business Systems include: Joint Knowledge Online, Health Insurance Portability Assurance Act, Composite Health Care System (CHCS), Essentris, AHLTA, Military Health System-Genesis, AHLTA Theater (AHLTA-T), Theater Medical Date Store (TMDS), TMIP Composite Health Care System Cache (TC2), Medical Situational Awareness in the Theater (MSAT), Joint Operation Medicine Information Systems (JOMIS) and Microsoft Office Suite applications.  

 

Solution:
Across ten years of award-recognized service, Team Genesis brought about an impressive transformation delivery model to mission command system of systems training in support of the AMEDDC&S (Institutional) and FORSCOM MTC (Operational) domains. Our instruction delivery provided students, commanders, and their staffs with competency-based learning and facilitated experiential training labs that enabled students to collect, coordinate, and act within a virtual environment which simulated near real-time battlefield information conditions. We trained over 90,000 service members from Army, Air Force, and Marines that supported digital competency integration into mission essential tasks.