ARMY History

Ground Soldier Hardware Development

Computer Servants was awarded a contract through The U.S. Army Contracting Center - Aberdeen Proving Ground (ACC-APG) to design, develop, test and produce prototypes and refinement units for the first of its kind – a PLI-Isolator.

In order to provide on-going expertise for the Certification, Test and Evaluation (CT&E) process of the PLI-Isolator as well as cross domain solutions/integration with the Rifleman Radio for the Nett Warrior Program, Computer Servants was contracted to provide additional support (staff and hours).

Computer Servants Engineers and staff were able to successfully meet all program objectives and fulfill each deliverable on time and within budget.

As a result of the team’s hardware and software design efforts, dedication to the Information Assurance deliverables and high quality detailed verification testing efforts, Computer Servants staff has received and is thankful for on-going follow on orders.

We continue to be proud to serve the current and future soldiers.

Computer Servants participated as a subcontractor to General Dynamics on several armored vehicle contracts.

Abrahms Tank CEEP program Future Combat Systems Specifications Crusader Circuit Card Design Stryker Vehicle Electronics

Past Performance

Computer Servants Engineers have been a part of many military design and test projects for over 16 years. The following is a quick overview of some of the projects our engineers have been a part of.


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