Tactical Data Link Software and Training Experts

Web - Based Link 16 , Network Enabled Weapons , and JREAP Training

NCS is conducting a series of web-based training events in the coming months. Three of our most popular on-site training courses will be offered via our Online Training Centre.

The NCS Tactical Data Link (TDL) Online Training Centre (OTC) offers students the opportunity to take many of our training courses from the comfort and convenience of their home or office; saving time, effort, and money. What's more, the OTC uses live, two-way video, Voice over IP (VoIP), and our TDL Training Chat Room, maintaining the same student-to-instructor interaction experienced in the classroom. The OTC delivers a media-rich, engaging classroom experience over a web browser; ensuring participants experience high-quality, interactive, online instruction. With no software or download requirements; all you need is a computer, a web browser, and an internet connection. It's that easy! Every student receives the following:

  • Electronic copy of all training materials
  • Tactical Data Link Abbreviations
  • Tactical Data Link Glossary of Terms
  • Course completion certificate
  • One-year follow-on instructor support

Training Dates

  • 28-29 September – Link 16 Intermediate
  • 30 September – Link 16 Network Enabled Weapons
  • 1 October – Joint Range Extension Applications Protocol
  • 19-20 October - Link 16 Intermediate
  • 21 October – Link 16 Network Enabled Weapons
  • 22 October – Joint Range Extension Applications Protocol
  • 30 October-1 November – Link 16 Intermediate
  • 2 November – Link 16 Network Enabled Weapons
  • 3 November – Joint Range Extension Applications Protocol

Link 16 Advanced Course Description:

The two-day Link 16 Intermediate course contains 21 instructional modules that cover the most important topics effecting Link 16. As one of our most popular courses, this course is applicable to operators, engineers, executives, or anyone that needs a well-rounded understanding of the technical and tactical aspects of Link 16 and Link 16 terminals (JTIDS, MIDS, JTRS, STT, TTR, etc.).

Link 16 Network Enabled Weapons Course Description:

The one-day Link 16 Network Enabled Weapons Course, which is delivered in conjunction with the Link 16 Intermediate or Advanced training courses, provides an in-depth description of the operational capabilities, design, message structure, and implementation requirements associated with this new and exciting capability.

Joint Range Extension Applications ProtocolCourse Description:

Joint Range Extension Applications Protocol (JREAP) explains every aspect of JREAP to include: history, documentation, data stream, common elements, Link 16 processing, JREAP Message types, JREAP Message Formats, JREAP Headers,JREAP-A, JREAP-B, JREAP-C, and more.

Follow-On Support:

All students receive one-year of instructor support which entitles them to contact their instructor with course related questions for one-year.

Additional Information

For a detailed course agenda, prices, and other information, please director@network-centric.com.


To register for the course email: director@network-centric.com

Point of Contact

Patrick Pierson

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