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Mobile Command Center (MCC)
The Mobile Command Center incorporates the full spectrum of command capabilities to include
secure command, control, and communication (C3), (satellite
internet/television reception). The MCC also contains a work station for
personnel administration, and will be the center for force protection
operations in the form of monitoring alarm systems and CCTV's during
deployment missions. The MCC is self-contained with command tables and
consoles, gender specific sleeping areas for up to 18 individuals,
environmental control of heating/cooling designed to operate in the
harshest of weather and climactic changes.
Interior of the MCC
Command Center workstations
Sleeping berths within the MCC
Mobile Sleeper Unit (MSU)
The Mobile Sleeper Unit is capable of bunking 42 persons per unit with the ability to plus this up to 84, when 12 hour shifts are scheduled. As with all of our units, each are climate controlled for temperatures from -25º through 120º + Farenheit. Each MSU incorporates individual berth vents and reading lights for occupants, positive airflow & fast turnaround for fresh air, curtains on all berths for additional privacy, sleep inducing interior blue aisle lighting, and a roster board for identification of occupants.
Mobile Command Sleeper (MCS)
The Mobile Command Sleeper is capable of bunking 12 persons per unit with the ability to plus this up to 24, when 12 hour shifts are scheduled. Ideal quarters for
command & tactical response teams or aviation crews who require mandated rest, sleep
requirements. The cabin also provides a clean work environment to accomplish light administrative duties using laptop computers.
This cabin includes a galley, DVD player, satellite television and the ability to review digital stills or field captured video within our audio video system.
Galley and Video Center
Office Administrative Cabin
Sleeping Berth Cabin
Bomb Disposal Trailer
Mobile Armory Unit (MAU)
A mobile unit capable of meeting the mission requirements of armory operations during a deployment. These capabilities include; secure storage of all deployed unit's small arms, the safe and secure storage of munitions, ability to monitor and ensure weapon accountability, allow quick distribution and retrieval of weapons and ammo, and on-site working stations for weapon maintenance. This unit will address HAZMAT requirements for weapons maintenance as required.
Mobile Guard - Mount Unit (MGU)
A mobile unit with multi-task capabilities of meeting an array of mission needs to include; guard-mount briefing room, mail room, dining area, troop rest area, and civilian communications for deployed forces in the form of e-mail and phone services. This unit will have the ability to change its internal configuration to meet the above mission requirements when needed. Additional storage is available for each configuration of its mission.
Mobile Logistics Unit (MLU)
A mobile unit capable of meeting the logistical requirements of a deployed force. This unit will have an integrated accounting system to track the storage and dispersing of material (Bar-Code System) during deployments. It will be able to transport and store enough equipment and essentials to meet a deployed forces requirements, i.e. MRE's for the duration of a deployment mission. The unit will also incorporate work stations for up to two supply clerks and will have an interior dispensing supply counter and retrieval area for deployed assets.
Mobile Aviation Control Unit (MACU)
This mobile unit is designed for ATC of rotor and fixed wing aircraft. The following features have been incorporated into this unit including large easy view windows, digital timers for flight operations, large map and lighted chart walls, aviation base stations, multi band programmable receiver, satellite telephone, fax and copier, public address system with emergency alerting, digital weather station, and lighted windsock and strobe light.
Mobile Medical Unit (MMU)
A mobile unit capable of meeting battlefield medical attention needs for a deployed Combat Medic Team. The unit would be able to process emergency care including Advanced Life Support (ALS), and have the ability to dispense required drugs or other non-emergency medical protocols.
Mobile In-Processing Unit (MIPU)
This unit has the duel capability of performing as either a tactical field police station or as a civilian / contractor in processing center. Both versions will contain a visitor receiving area, Supervisor / Desk Sgt. Station, interview rooms, a fully equipped in processing room capable of taking photos, and will have the capability to manufacture tamper proof individual identification cards. The police station version will be equipped with detention cells and an evidence room.
Mobile Entry Control Point (MECP)
This mobile unit is capable of performing "Positive Entry Control Operations". The unit incorporates large viewing window for exterior observation, a pass through window for badge identification, a functional guard workstation, optional card reader capability, public address system, exterior lighting, communication with command center, and an internal panic alarm system.
Mobile K-9 Kennel (MK-9K)
Self contained mobile K-9 kennel unit capable of meeting requirements in the field operations. The unit will accommodate 6 working dogs, food prep area & medical stations, tack area, kennel master work station, storage for training aids, dog bath, and exam station.
Mobile Tactical Support Systems - MOBTAC (800) 347-3677