Schriever AFB is the home of the 50th Space Wing, the Space Warfare Center, the Joint National Test Facility and the Air Force Satellite Control Network.
What does NTF stand for?
NTF stands for National Test Facility
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- National Tertiary Education Union (Australia)
- National Treasury Employees Union
- Non-Teaching Employees Union (Philippines)
- National /Tactical Exploitation (of Imagery)
- New Testament Exegesis
- National Text (variable-length Unicode data)
- Lotus Notes Database Template (Lotus Notes file format extension)
- Narcotics Task Force (various locations)
- National Teaching Fellow (UK)
- National Technology Foundation (India)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In addition, since it is impractical to conduct R&D activities on a commercial line, it will be necessary to design a national test facility where innovations that affect system cost and performance can be fully evaluated under carefully controlled and safe conditions.
; TRW is leading a team as one of two final companies competing for the Space Based Infra Red System (SBIRS) Low - the low-Earth orbiting component of the next generation ballistic missile tracking and discrimination system; managing and operating the National Test Facility, the nation's premier test and war gaming facility, where realistic national and theater missile defense simulations are conducted for senior civilian and military leaders; development of the Tactical High Energy Laser, the Airborne Laser, and the Space Based Laser; BMDO contractor for TMD BMC3 Systems Engineering and Integration; participating in the Ground-based Interceptor Alternate Booster Study and the Liquid Rocket Target Launch Vehicle Study.
TRW is the prime contractor for research and development, and operations and maintenance at the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization's (BMDO) Joint National Test Facility (JNTF).
Amex: WIX) today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Colorado Technical University ("CTU"), has entered into an agreement with Schriever Air Force Base and the Joint National Test Facility whereby CTU will offer two masters degree programs and one certificate program at Schriever Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The unit serves as prime integration contractor for the nation's ICBM program; provides the Battle Management Command, Control, and Communications system for the National Missile Defense program; and serves as the research and development, and operations and maintenance contractor for the Joint National Test Facility, the Department of Defense's premier modeling and simulation center in Colorado Springs, Colo.
TRW is the prime contractor at the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization's Joint National Test Facility (JNTF) located at Schriever Air Force Base, just one of several key TRW programs in the Colorado Springs area.
These include the Joint National Test Facility (JNTF) where TRW was awarded a $47 million contract modification in February to expand its responsibilities to include operations and maintenance work.