How does JETS’ economy of effort increase the readiness of medical personnel?

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Is JETS a Program of Record?

JETS is currently a DoD funded research and development program. If warranted, it will transition to a program of record in the near future.

Who/what organization is driving the development of JETS?

Advocated by the Defense Health Agency (DHA), which supports capabilities defined in the Joint Force Health Protection (JFHP) Concept of Operations (CONOPS) and addresses identified gaps in the JFHP Initial Capability Document (ICD).

Who are the JETS stakeholders?

Stakeholders are considered those with an interest or concern in JETS.  Anyone, from learners through operational commanders, could be considered a stakeholder.

What level of effort would it take for my training center to adopt JETS?

The JETS system uses High Level Architecture (HLA) protocols, which is an IEEE standard. Adopting JETS requires that individual simulation systems become compatible with HLA and use the MMS FOM. This can be done in several ways, including by direct integration to HLA, or by using a bridge solution such as a REST API bridge. Development effort depends on the complexity and depth of integration required for each system. 

What is the purpose of the extended demonstration?

Phase II of the JETS research program demonstrated the ability for numerous systems to share data in real time across the federation using the MMS FOM.  Phase III of the research expands the scope to include multiple synchronous and asynchronous training sites, incorporating tactical and logistical software. The extended demonstration is the culmination of the Research and Development project to demonstrate successful program implementation.

Who do I contact to get more information on the demonstration?

The “Contact” page on the website directs your request to the specific person to best help you.

How can I get more information on or documentation of the JETS program?

If the information you seek is not on the website, you may request additional information by completing the contact form. Requests will be forwarded to appropriate personnel for consideration.

Who is the point of contact for the program?

IVIR Inc., as the prime contract for the JETS program, is the developer contact.  JPC-6, as Program Manager, is the U.S. Government contact for JETS. The Point of Contact (POC) is Mr. William Lewandowski, Chief Operations Officer (COO). See the contact page for the POC information.