ECHO DCL wins contract to build an After Action Review Building (AAR) training facilities for China Lake. The modular building will be used in support of (Range Instrumentation Systems) RIS. The state of the art modular training facility is equipped with smart boards, a work station and controller rooms and ten server racks. The building will sit 50 miles away from China Lake’s gate at elevation of 5800 square feet. The 4,400 square foot building will serve as a critical tool in furthering the mission of PM Traces.
Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake, the high desert home of the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, is where the Navy and Marine Corps have developed or tested nearly every significant airborne weapon system in the last fifty years. China Lake is located 150 miles northeast of Los Angeles on the western edge of California’s Mojave Desert. The men and women of the Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake are assigned the mission of operating and maintaining base facilities and providing base support services.