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Raytheon UK continues to be a valued player in the UK complex weapons sector, with the ability to reachback for value for money solutions and technologies, integrate weapon systems onto UK platforms, enhance existing products to meet future UK requirements, industrialize in order to provide an appropriate level of UK operational sovereignty, provide in-country and in-service support for its products, and export from the UK when appropriate.
Engineers who can bridge this gap are the "Heroes of the Exercise," providing engineer planning and reachback to consistently stay ahead of the commander's decision cycle.
HTS Reachback Support The unclassified version of the Afghanistan JUONS provides a clear example of the operational gap.
If you are using reachback for the analysis phase, for example, the time and delay in pushing information back, having it analyzed and pushing it forward may not be timely for you to incorporate the knowledge that comes out [of reachback] as the mission moves forward.
The mission of the ECRC is to provide oversight to ensure effective processing, equipping, training, deployment, reachback, homecoming and proactive family support of combat-trained Navy IAs, ad-hoc individuals and provisional units deploying for nontraditional expeditionary missions in support of overseas contingencies.
Beyond Reachback Not long ago, the term reachback was used to describe the relationship between forward deployed and in-garrison, geographically separated units.
LOGCAP Reachback The Army Sustainment Command (ASC) established a robust contracting and logistics reachback capability to pass the management and execution of specific contracts and acquisition requirements back to the United States.
The Biowatch Indoor Reachback Center is designed to expedite the first response in the event of a bioterror event at the airport.