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TASS Government Acceptance

Published on August 18, 2021

TASS Government Acceptance
ICE successfully completed the first of three Government Acceptance Tests (GATs) for the Training Aircraft Survivability Equipment (ASE) Stimulation Suite (TASS) program at the National Training Center (NTC) Fort Irwin CA. The following two deliveries and GATs will be at the Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC) Fort Polk LA, and the Joint Multinational Readiness Center … Continued

ISO 2015: AS9100D Certified

Published on December 1, 2020

ICE received accreditation for demonstrating their ongoing commitment to quality by satisfying customer requirements and industry specifications.

UK AH-64E Apache TESS Upgrades

Published on August 1, 2020

UK AH-64E Apache TESS Upgrades
Contract award received to produce 32 AH-64E Apache TESS training systems and mission essential hardware and spares for the United Kingdom Ministry of Defence. ICE originally contracted with the UK in 2000 to produce the Collective Training System (CTS) for the Westland Apache Helicopter (WAH).

Aviation Integration at DRTS Ranges

Published on May 1, 2020

Aviation Integration at DRTS Ranges
ICE Apache TESS hardware and associated software will be integrated into the Lockheed Martin Digital Range Training System (DRTS) to add the aircraft player into three live-fire ranges: Orchard Range, Idaho; Fort Hood, Texas; Fort Knox, Kentucky.

Arotech Training and Simulation Division Acquires Inter-Coastal electronics

Published on February 10, 2020

Ann Arbor, Michigan – February 10, 2020 – Arotech Corporation’s Training and Simulation Division has acquired Inter-Coastal Electronics, Inc. (ICE), a privately owned corporation headquartered in Mesa, AZ. For over 30 years, ICE has been a leading provider of live training and test instrumentation systems. ICE designs, manufactures, and supports complex instrumentation ecosystems supporting strategic … Continued

Qatar AH-64E TESS Completed for Delivery

Published on January 19, 2020

Qatar AH-64E TESS Completed for Delivery
ICE completed manufacturing, production, and DCMA Government Acceptance Testing of the AH-64E Apache Tactical Engagement Simulation System (TESS) for the Qatar Air Force, including air, ground, and support equipment. This effort was accomplished within a one year time frame per Customer request. Trips are planned to conduct the Physical Audit, Site Acceptance Testing, and New … Continued

TLD Contract Renewed

Published on December 1, 2019

TLD Contract Renewed
ICE completed manufacturing and production of 180 Training Laser Designators (TLD) for the AH-64E MTADS Modernized Day Side Assembly (MDSA) for Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control within one year per Customer request. A follow on IDIQ contract was awarded January 2020.

AH-64E Test & Evaluation Support

Published on July 1, 2019

AH-64E Test & Evaluation Support
The AH-64E Follow-On Test & Evaluation (FOT&E) II included testing of the Training Laser Designator (TLD) manufactured by ICE and embedded by Lockheed Martin in the MTADS MDSA. ICE provided management oversight for all facets of the program. Efforts included providing pre- and post- test equipment reconfiguration of all GFE assets used to support the … Continued

Export Compliance

Published on November 1, 2018

Export Compliance
As part of our goal to seek continuous improvement in all aspects of our business, ICE has made export compliance a priority and is ensuring our employees have the knowledge and tools necessary to find effective solutions to mitigate the risks associated with shipping to and from foreign parties. Export law can be complex and … Continued

Huey Restoration Effort

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Huey Restoration Effort
The restoration effort of an Army UH-1C Huey Gunship has been completed and transferred as of Veterans Day, 12 November 2018. ICE donated an indoor space for this effort in January 2017. The Army Aviation Heritage Foundation (AAHF) restored the Army UH-1C Huey Gunship with complete armament systems (demilitarized). The restored static aircraft will be … Continued