Engineering & Computer Simulations (ECS) is proud to share that its Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear (CBRN) Response Enterprise (CRE) Lessons Learned team has been recognized by Gen. Glen D. VanHerck, Commander, United States Northern Command and North American Aerospace Defense Command, for its sustained superior efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. While serving U.S. Army North (USANORTH) as part of a task order awarded by the Army Enterprise Training Services (ETSC), this section collected, analyzed, synthesized, and produced after-action reviews, reports, and input regarding USARNORTH lessons and best practices in support of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. over the past fourteen months. This group simultaneously continued its support to the United States Northern Command (USNORTHCOM) Corrective Action Programs, the Center for Army Lessons Learned, and the USARNORTH Plans Directorate in all aspects of the USARNORTH mission set, including Homeland Defense, Defense Support of Civil Authorities, and Security Cooperation in the USNORTHCOM Area of Responsibility.

This Lessons Learned section reports to Richard Madrid, ECS Vice President of Global Services, and includes section chief, Mark Traylor and ECS team members, Joe Stawick and Jeff Cushing.

Madrid says: “ECS has been focused on strengthening our military through innovative global training since 1997. Our team is committed to excellence, customer care, and quality; in fact, it is one of our core values. We are extremely proud of our USANORTH Lessons Learned team. This Global Services section went above and beyond to deliver outstanding service and critical information in support of the USNORTHCOM and the Office of the Secretary of Defense during this worldwide pandemic.”

About ECS
ECS is an award-winning global training and technology solutions company, headquartered in Orlando, Florida with operations in Huntsville, Alabama and San Antonio, Texas. An industry innovator with a vast portfolio of training programs, ECS is a trusted provider of training, maintaining, and sustaining military service members and first responders around the world.

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