Army leaders are often tasked with managing a wide range of projects and requirements. This condition is especially challenging in today’s environment, where adapting an Army at war with an increasingly constrained budget. Fortunately, you don’t have to take on all of these challenges alone because WBB stands ready to serve.
Working in close partnership with your organization, WBB comes armed with tools that make your work and decisions easier. These tools include electronic brainstorming, prioritization programs, operations analysis, concepts of operations and a team of true subject matter experts in both operational and institutional support functions.
With WBB on your side, you can take on the Army’s toughest challenges:
- Develop defendable requirements and succeed within the JCIDS and JROC processes
- Develop effective acquisition strategies
- Develop warfighting concepts appropriate to emerging challenges in synch with “The U.S. Army Operating Concept”
- Improve surface transportation and defense logistics to meet wartime challenges
- Employ concepts of operations that provide the context for analytical decision-making
With our breadth of experience across the company, we have immediate support in areas. The end result, strategy-based solutions, delivered in an approved product that is ready for application.
WBB has supported a wide range of Army organizations with expertise in DoD processes, requirements, acquisition, program management, intelligence, technical analysis, DoD architectures and systems engineering disciplines. Among those organizations are the Army Staff, Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC), Army Materiel Command, Army Special Operations Forces (ARSOF), Program Executive Office (PEO) Aviation, PEO Missiles and Space, PEO Ammunition, Rapid Equipping Force, Army Armaments Research Development and Engineering Center, Army Aviation Center of Excellence, the Medical Evacuation Proponency and MEDEVAC Product Director, Army Training Centers, the Joint IED Defeat Organization and Ops/Intel Center and deployed Army Operational Headquarters.
Representative products and efforts include:
- TRADOC ARCIC Operational Energy ICD
- TRADOC G-2 ISR Training
- Army Operational Energy Campaign Plan
- Future Vertical Lift Initiative (OSD AT&L)
- Capabilities Based Assessment
- Science and Technology Plan
- Strategic Plan
- Rotorcraft Survivability Study
- PM Cargo Helo Program Management Support
- “How Washington Works Training” for many industry representatives and active duty leaders
- Design/Field/Support Aviation Mission Planning System and Centralized Aviation Flight Records System (CAFRS)
- PM Joint Air-to-Ground Missile (JAGM) support (Army/Navy)
- Program Assessment (Quicklook)
- Type 1 BCA for MS B
- Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) (USMC/Army)
- JCIDS Documents
- Joint Ground Robotics Cost Benefit Analysis
- MEDEVAC Mission System Capabilities Based Assessment
The MAGTF is more than just an organizing concept, it is a mindset honed over years of service and shared hardship. Because WBB shares that heritage and past experience, we also understand your future challenges. We deliver battle tested, technically and tactically trained leaders that can tackle your most difficult challenge from day one. Our collaborative approach applies the MAGTF mindsets of integration and synchronization to deliver robust, focused and cost effective solutions.
WBB’s successful performance across USMC components makes us a trusted, cost-effective, results-oriented and long-term partner of choice for the USMC to achieve its mission objectives.
At WBB, we bring an understanding of the operational environment, as well as the Marine Corps culture. Many of our employees have served in the Marine Corps at leadership roles, both at the staff and operational level. We have ongoing relationships with active-duty personnel, which enables us to work closely with our clients, providing a level of trust and confidence in our understanding of the issues.
WBB has supported Headquarters Marine Corps (HQMC), Marine Corps Combat Development Command (MCCDC), Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC), Training and Education Command, and Marine Forces who are part of the Component Commands (COCOMs). Our work has influenced decision makers and programs that are critical to the Marine Corps, today as well as tomorrow.
- MCCDC CD&I: OAD; CDD-MID; CDD-LID; CDD-IID; CDD-FPID; CDD-FMID; CDD-SID
- MCCDC: Concepts Division (previously G3/G5); TECOM MCCLL; TECOM CAOCL
- HQMC: PP&O; I&L; MCIOC
- CCMD and other: MARCENT; MARSOUTH; MARFORCOM; USN N98; Joint Staff J-8; OSD AT&L
- MCSC: MERS; EMSS/EPLS; SITE; NLS; JLTV; Autonomic Logistics; AC ALPS; GCSS-MC; TWV