US Army - PEO IEW&S

US Army - PEO IEW&S Program Executive Office, Intelligence, Electronic Warfare & Sensors Welcome to the PEO IEW&S's Official page on Facebook, where you will find the most recent news stories, videos and photos that are distributed by PEO IEW&S Strategic Communications team.

Mission:
Deliver capability now through affordable and adaptable programs that out pace the threat

Vision:
Out pace the threat with technical excellence, adaptability, and rapid solutions that support a broad range of operating environments

Operating as usual

#FutureFriday
09/24/2021

#FutureFriday

Product Manager Electronic Warfare Integration (PM EWI) conducted its Initial Operational Test and Evaluation (IOT&E) for the Electronic Warfare Planning and Management Tool (EWPMT) Increment 1 in late August. The IOT&E marks a major milestone in its ability to provide the Army the needed Electronic Warfare planning capability. EWPMT is the Commander’s tool to visualize, control, manage, and dominate the Electromagnetic Spectrum.

#electronicwarfare | #cyber | #ArmyTech | U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence | US Army - PEO IEW&S | US Army Combat Capabilities Development Command C5ISR Center

"In an instant, our world had changed and we had to be flexible enough to accommodate those changes rapidly," #WarriorWe...
09/22/2021
PD CTIS Team Receives Award for Deploying Critical Technology in Covid-19 Fight

"In an instant, our world had changed and we had to be flexible enough to accommodate those changes rapidly," #WarriorWednesday #WarriorSupport

"In an instant, our world had changed and we had to be flexible enough to accommodate those changes rapidly," said Melba Barney, Logistics Management Specialist with the Military and Civil Survey Engineering Support Branch, Product Director, Combat Terrain Information Systems (PD CTIS).

#TechTuesday
09/21/2021

#TechTuesday

NetModX provided the perfect setting to experiment with the C5ISR/EW Modular Open Suite of Standards (CMOSS) capability.

Learn how these recent experiments demonstrated the technology’s ability to allow for more advanced capabilities to fit on military platforms at the link: https://www.nationaldefensemagazine.org/articles/2021/9/20/army-tests-open-computer-standards

U.S. Army Futures Command | U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command | PEO C3T | US Army - PEO IEW&S
#ExploreNetModX

"Garcia, a UH-60M Black Hawk pilot and aviation safety officer, is deployed here as part of a Spanish-speaking technical...
09/20/2021
Native Colombian pursues dream as Army aviator

"Garcia, a UH-60M Black Hawk pilot and aviation safety officer, is deployed here as part of a Spanish-speaking technical assistance field team from the U.S. Army Security Assistance Command’s training unit, the Security Assistance Training Management Organization, based at Fort Bragg, North Carolina." #MotivationMonday

As Chief Warrant Officer 3 Mauricio Garcia, and his Colombian safety officer counterpart, Capt. Cristian Castiblanco, walk the flight line at...

"'They can mostly be used for reconnaissance of terrain and to identify possible explosive hazards,' said Hartman, a nat...
09/17/2021
EOD Soldiers first to field test unmanned aerial system

"'They can mostly be used for reconnaissance of terrain and to identify possible explosive hazards,' said Hartman, a native of Reading, Pennsylvania, who has deployed to the U.S. Central Command area of operations." #FutureFriday #EOD #Army

Explosive Ordnance Disposal technicians from the 707th Ordnance Company (EOD) were among the first U.S. Army EOD Soldiers...

CREW systems mounted on Humvees #tbt
09/16/2021

CREW systems mounted on Humvees #tbt

CREW systems mounted on Humvees #tbt

09/16/2021
www.armyresilience.army.mil

"Seeking help is not a sign of weakness; it is a sign of strength. All of us are responsible for the care and safekeeping of our teammates and their families, and for being there for one another and encouraging those in need to help." #WarriorWednesday

"Tactical Network Transport-At The Halt, or TNT-ATH, leverages robust satellite communications and high-capacity line-of...
09/14/2021
Army equips first units with at-the-halt network enhancements

"Tactical Network Transport-At The Halt, or TNT-ATH, leverages robust satellite communications and high-capacity line-of-sight capability to enable mission command, a trusted real-time common operating picture, and global voice, video and data communications from anywhere on the battlefield." #TechTuesday

FORT BLISS, Texas — The Army equipped the first two units — the 1st Armored Division Artillery at Fort Bliss Texas, and the 101st Airborne (Air Assault)...

U.S. Representative Jennifer Wexton of the 10th Congressional District of Virginia got an up close look at the Airborne ...
09/13/2021

U.S. Representative Jennifer Wexton of the 10th Congressional District of Virginia got an up close look at the Airborne "Reconnaissance Low-Enhanced (ARL-E) aircraft with Leidos ARL-E Program Manager Ron Flemming during a visit to the Leidos facility in Manassas on Aug. 18.

During her visit, Wexton was briefed on two Project Director Sensors-Aerial Intelligence (PD SAI) projects, the ARL-E aircraft, a worldwide self-deployable aerial intelligence surveillance reconnaissance (AISR) system, and the Aerial Reconnaissance and Targeting Exploitation Multi-Mission Intelligence System (Artemis), the Army’s first attempt at a high-altitude jet.

Wexton planned her visit to see the work being performed within her district to defend national security. #MotivationMonday #Congress

U.S. Representative Jennifer Wexton of the 10th Congressional District of Virginia got an up close look at the Airborne "Reconnaissance Low-Enhanced (ARL-E) aircraft with Leidos ARL-E Program Manager Ron Flemming during a visit to the Leidos facility in Manassas on Aug. 18.

During her visit, Wexton was briefed on two Project Director Sensors-Aerial Intelligence (PD SAI) projects, the ARL-E aircraft, a worldwide self-deployable aerial intelligence surveillance reconnaissance (AISR) system, and the Aerial Reconnaissance and Targeting Exploitation Multi-Mission Intelligence System (Artemis), the Army’s first attempt at a high-altitude jet.

Wexton planned her visit to see the work being performed within her district to defend national security. #MotivationMonday #Congress

“There is not enough air in the room but you are breathing.There is nobody here but you are held.You have broken and the...
09/10/2021

“There is not enough air in the room but you are breathing.
There is nobody here but you are held.
You have broken and the world is breaking and we will always rebuild.

Do you hear me, love?
We will always rebuild.”
― Jeanette LeBlanc #FutureFriday #NineEleven

“There is not enough air in the room but you are breathing.
There is nobody here but you are held.
You have broken and the world is breaking and we will always rebuild.

Do you hear me, love?
We will always rebuild.”
― Jeanette LeBlanc #FutureFriday #NineEleven

"Twenty-two year old Sgt. William K. Wilkins’ duty station was roughly a five-minute drive from the Pentagon. His mother...
09/09/2021
Soldier reflects on Pentagon recovery following 9/11 attack

"Twenty-two year old Sgt. William K. Wilkins’ duty station was roughly a five-minute drive from the Pentagon. His mother, Sarah Wilkins, was at work when word circulated about the strikes. Understandably, the proximity was troubling, and worse, she didn’t receive the routine daily call from him." #TBT

FORT LEE, Va. – On Sept. 11, 2001, images of commandeered jets crashing into the World Trade Center, Pennsylvania countryside and Pentagon literally cam...

"More than 5,380 members of the Louisiana National Guard are protecting lives and property, maintaining communications, ...
09/08/2021
National Guard conducts multiple Hurricane Ida missions

"More than 5,380 members of the Louisiana National Guard are protecting lives and property, maintaining communications, and ensuring the continuity of operations and government throughout the state. In addition, there are 2,676 Guardsmen from 11 other states and 374 active-duty service members augmenting response missions." #WarriorWednesday

BATON ROUGE, La. – Thousands of Louisiana National Guardsmen continue emergency operations in the state in the wake of Hurricane Ida.

#tbt
09/02/2021

#tbt

#tbt

Joint Counter-small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Office #TechTuesday
08/31/2021
STAND-TO!

Joint Counter-small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Office #TechTuesday

STAND-TO! provides the official focus of the US Army.

"Getting some hands on experience. Soldiers from the 204th Military Intelligence Battalion participated in a classroom t...
08/30/2021

"Getting some hands on experience. Soldiers from the 204th Military Intelligence Battalion participated in a classroom training exercise on July 27 at Fort Bliss, Texas, learning how to operate the Airborne Reconnaissance Low-Enhanced (ARL-E), a worldwide self-deployable aerial intelligence surveillance reconnaissance (AISR) system.

The ARL-E is a Soldier operated manned AISR suite of equipment integrated into de Havilland Canada-8 (DHC-8) aircraft and is designed for timely, accurate, assured support to tactical forces over the full spectrum of operations. It provides a persistent capability to include broad-area surveillance and/or focused stare on target areas of interest (point or objective targets), electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR)/full-motion video (FMV), multi-mode radar, robust communications intelligence (COMINT), onboard collection, analysis, sensor cross cue, and dissemination through Distributed Common Ground System-Army (DCGS-A) enabled workstations.

The ARL-E is designed to be rapidly reconfigurable, allowing for five different sensor configurations which provides the combatant commander the ability to customize the sensor package for specific missions as needed." #motivationmonday

"Getting some hands on experience. Soldiers from the 204th Military Intelligence Battalion participated in a classroom training exercise on July 27 at Fort Bliss, Texas, learning how to operate the Airborne Reconnaissance Low-Enhanced (ARL-E), a worldwide self-deployable aerial intelligence surveillance reconnaissance (AISR) system.

The ARL-E is a Soldier operated manned AISR suite of equipment integrated into de Havilland Canada-8 (DHC-8) aircraft and is designed for timely, accurate, assured support to tactical forces over the full spectrum of operations. It provides a persistent capability to include broad-area surveillance and/or focused stare on target areas of interest (point or objective targets), electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR)/full-motion video (FMV), multi-mode radar, robust communications intelligence (COMINT), onboard collection, analysis, sensor cross cue, and dissemination through Distributed Common Ground System-Army (DCGS-A) enabled workstations.

The ARL-E is designed to be rapidly reconfigurable, allowing for five different sensor configurations which provides the combatant commander the ability to customize the sensor package for specific missions as needed." #motivationmonday

#TBT
08/26/2021

#TBT

#TBT

Tune in tomorrow!
08/25/2021

Tune in tomorrow!

Are you a #SmallBusiness creating #innovative #technology that could solve U.S. Army needs?

Join us tomorrow, Thursday, 26 Aug, for the Army SBIR Innovation Summit, a virtual event on the Army Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program’s new approach to leveraging small business innovation to turnover game-changing solutions to the U.S. Soldier.

Don’t miss a chance to hear and speak directly with Army SBIR leadership and ask the questions that could lead to your small business working with the U.S. Army!

Learn more about the event at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/army-sbir-innovation-summit-1-tickets-166714101365

U.S. Small Business Administration | FedTech | xTechPrograms | DOD SBIR STTR Programs | Assistant Secretary of the Army - Acquisition, Logistics & Technology

"The U.S. Army’s Rapid Capabilities and Critical Technologies Office (#RCCTO) took this method a step further with their...
08/24/2021
AStRA Pitch Brings New Ideas to the Forefront

"The U.S. Army’s Rapid Capabilities and Critical Technologies Office (#RCCTO) took this method a step further with their Army Strategic Rapid Acquisition (AStRA) competition by asking two questions: What if you had to explain something before you even started and what if the duck could talk back?

The #xTech RCCTO #AStRA Competition, which began in May and is now moving towards contract award, was open to companies and academic institutions who wanted to share their best ideas for emerging military technology, with the ultimate goal of putting the most promising capabilities on contract for rapid delivery.

Companies responded to a call for White Paper submissions through either the Army xTech or beta.Sam.gov websites. Those selected moved on to Phase 2 presented their pitches at the Georgia Technical Research Institute (GTRI) headquarters in Atlanta to a panel of expert judges during the week of June 28." #TechTuesday

The U.S. Army’s Rapid Capabilities and Critical Technologies Office (RCCTO) took this method a step further with their Army Strategic Rapid Acquisition (AStRA) competition by asking two questions: What if you had to explain something before you even started and what if the duck could talk back? Th...

Nearly 1,000 Cal Guard service members are currently activated for fire missions in the air and on the ground, U.S. Army...
08/23/2021
Cal Guard actively fights state’s wildfires

Nearly 1,000 Cal Guard service members are currently activated for fire missions in the air and on the ground, U.S. Army Maj. Gen. David Baldwin, Cal Guard’s adjutant general, said during a press conference Wednesday morning held by the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services. #MotivationMonday https://www.army.mil/article/249548/cal_guard_actively_fights_states_wildfires

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Soldiers, Airmen, Sailors and civilians from California and six other states are actively fighting wildfires burning throughout the...

An MQ-1C Gray Eagle Maintainer (15M) and an Army Field Service Representative (FSR) worked together to perform a diagnos...
08/20/2021

An MQ-1C Gray Eagle Maintainer (15M) and an Army Field Service Representative (FSR) worked together to perform a diagnosis on a Common Sensor Payload (CSP) through a portable workstation last month at Fort Bliss, Texas.

The diagnostics inspection was part of a series of wellness checks led by the Product Manager Office Aerial Enhanced Radar, Optics, and Sensors (PM AEROS) and Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) – Crane Division teams. Over a period of 86 days, the AEROS team visited all 11 CONUS-based Gray Eagle Companies, including a company stationed in Alaska, to garner feedback from the units on the status of their CSP readiness and any challenges the unit has experienced.

The CSP is an Electro-Optical/Infrared/Laser Designator (EO/IR/LD) payload that provides a robust, advanced state-of-the-art sensor suite to collect critical information for Air-Ground Maneuver Teams. The CSP provides the Maneuver Commander with vastly improved persistent situational awareness of the battlespace as compared to what was previously available. It provides an increase in survivability for the Gray Eagle, near real-time imagery for detection and classification of targets/threats and supports Force Application, Operational Awareness, Force Protection, and Net-Centric operations.

The CSP is comprised of two Line Replaceable Units (LRUs), the Turret Unit (TU) and the Electronic Unit (EU), and during the wellness check, the team performed operational checks on a total of 125 TUs and 119 EUs. While the majority of the TUs and EUs were found to be Fully Mission Capable, the AEROS team was able to repair many of the Non-Mission Capable and Partially Mission-Capable units during their visits. #FutureFriday

An MQ-1C Gray Eagle Maintainer (15M) and an Army Field Service Representative (FSR) worked together to perform a diagnosis on a Common Sensor Payload (CSP) through a portable workstation last month at Fort Bliss, Texas.

The diagnostics inspection was part of a series of wellness checks led by the Product Manager Office Aerial Enhanced Radar, Optics, and Sensors (PM AEROS) and Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) – Crane Division teams. Over a period of 86 days, the AEROS team visited all 11 CONUS-based Gray Eagle Companies, including a company stationed in Alaska, to garner feedback from the units on the status of their CSP readiness and any challenges the unit has experienced.

The CSP is an Electro-Optical/Infrared/Laser Designator (EO/IR/LD) payload that provides a robust, advanced state-of-the-art sensor suite to collect critical information for Air-Ground Maneuver Teams. The CSP provides the Maneuver Commander with vastly improved persistent situational awareness of the battlespace as compared to what was previously available. It provides an increase in survivability for the Gray Eagle, near real-time imagery for detection and classification of targets/threats and supports Force Application, Operational Awareness, Force Protection, and Net-Centric operations.

The CSP is comprised of two Line Replaceable Units (LRUs), the Turret Unit (TU) and the Electronic Unit (EU), and during the wellness check, the team performed operational checks on a total of 125 TUs and 119 EUs. While the majority of the TUs and EUs were found to be Fully Mission Capable, the AEROS team was able to repair many of the Non-Mission Capable and Partially Mission-Capable units during their visits. #FutureFriday

Former Project Director for Sensors – Aerial Intelligence (PD SAI) Product Support Manager Christine King recently earne...
08/18/2021
Former PD SAI Product Support Manager Graduates From Air War College

Former Project Director for Sensors – Aerial Intelligence (PD SAI) Product Support Manager Christine King recently earned her Master of Strategic Studies degree from the Air War College.

The Air War College is an advanced postgraduate program that functions as the senior professional military education school for the U.S. Air Force. It emphasizes the development of joint knowledge, skills, and attributes required of all Air Force, Sister Service, and international senior officers as well as Department of Defense (DOD) and other National Security civilians.

"This is an amazing opportunity and experience," King said. "I would recommend it to anyone who wants to become a future leader, is on the fence about becoming a future leader, or just desires an opportunity to learn something new to better prepare themselves to solve complex problems for our Army. Not everyone out there knows of these programs and some may doubt they would get the support to apply so it is definitely beneficial just to talk to leadership and see what opportunity works for you."

#WarCollegeWednesday #SETM #ArmyHigherEd

Former Project Director for Sensors – Aerial Intelligence (PD SAI) Product Support Manager (PSM) Christine King recently earned her Master of Strategic Studies degree from the Air War College on May 20. King also completed Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) Phase II. The Air War College ...

Address

Combat Drive
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
21005

General information

Program Executive Office Intelligence, Electronic Warfare, and Sensors’ (PEO IEW&S) vision is acquisition excellence in providing superior capability to Soldiers to immediately and completely understand the environment by providing sensors and assimilating sensor information into relevant, timely products. These products can be used for targeting, situational awareness, force protection, reconnaissance, surveillance target acquisition (RSTA). IEW&S systems are integrated into the network’s layers and enable persistent surveillance, allowing the Joint Warfighter to control time, space, and the environment, while greatly enhancing survivability and lethality. PEO IEW&S rapidly transforms requirements and validated field requests into reality and leads in most critical current operations efforts, including: counter-improvised explosive device (IED); sensors for counter-rocket and mortar; the Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) Surge; and the Integrated Intelligence Architecture. We are responsible for a combination of more than 90 programs of record and quick-reaction capabilities. Addressing Soldiers’ needs and providing them with capabilities in the most effective and financially responsible manner is paramount to our success. These systems are integrated with other Intelligence communities into a system, data, and transport architecture that federates ISR, force protection, and RSTA collection capabilities, data repositories, services, and exploitation capabilities across coalition boundaries. Fielded assets range from airborne and ground sensors to the networks and analysts tools used to exploit the large amounts of collected information. Amongst the fielded systems is Task Force Observe, Detect, Identify, and Neutralize (TF ODIN), which was originally developed to take back the roads in Iraq and is currently supporting efforts in both theaters with a combination of manned and unmanned aircraft. While this is an open forum, it's also a family friendly one, so please keep your comments and wall posts clean. In addition to keeping it family friendly, we ask that you follow our posting guidelines here. Posts will be removed if they violate the guidelines listed below. • No graphic, obscene, explicit or racial comments or submissions nor do we allow comments that are abusive, hateful or intended to defame anyone or any organization. • No solicitations or advertisements. This includes promotion or endorsement of any financial, commercial or non-governmental agency. Similarly, we do not allow attempts to defame or defraud any financial, commercial or non-governmental agency. • No copyrighted or trademarked images or graphics. Imagery posted on the Facebook wall should be owned by the user. • No comments or photos that suggest or encourage illegal activity. • No documents of any kind should be posted on this page. • You participate at your own risk, taking personal responsibility for your comments, your username and any information provided. Also, the appearance of external links on this site does not constitute official endorsement on behalf of the U.S. Army or Department of Defense. For more information, visit the DoD Social Media user agreement at: http://www.defense.gov/socialmedia/user-agreement.aspx

Opening Hours

Monday 7am - 5pm
Tuesday 7am - 5pm
Wednesday 7am - 5pm
Thursday 7am - 5pm
Friday 7am - 4pm

Products

Aircraft Survivability Equipment, PM Distributed Common Ground System ‑ Army, PM Department of Defense Biometrics, Electronic Warfare & Cyber, Sensors-Aerial Intelligence, Terrestrial Sensors

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when US Army - PEO IEW&S posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Contact The Business

Send a message to US Army - PEO IEW&S:

Nearby government services


Other Public & Government Services in Aberdeen Proving Ground

Show All