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October 2015 IT Mentor provides Cyber Security support and Network Integration for our government customers.  IT Mentor has partnered with Cisco to provide multi-layer security solutions.
 
March 2015 IT Mentor employees provide critical support to the ITF Lab for CANES and ISNS integration support and testing.
 
December 2014 IT Mentor employees awarded for successful completion of multiple CANES integration tests.
 
April 2014 IT Mentor employee Craig Smith is recognized for his outstanding support of CANES SIT by InnovaSystems.
 
January 2014 IT Mentor employees Michael Kries and Craig Smith provide critical support for CANES during SIT.
 
July 2013 IT Mentor employee Daniel Altbaum begins testing of AMF JTRS radios and waveforms.  This project is critical to cross platform communication.
 
May 2013 IT Mentor employee Michael Kries continues work on CANES integration.  As one of the Lead Engineers, Mr. Kries is responsible the testing and integration of critical systems across numerous platforms.
 
January 2012 IT Mentor begins offering mobile application development to the general public.  Mobile apps include iPhone, Android, iPad and HTML5.  Click Here for more information.
 
December 2011 IT Mentor employee Michael Kries is named the CANES Lead in the End to End lab at SSC SD.  His expertise in CANES and Navy integration is essential to the future of our Armed Forces infrastructure.
 
October 2011 IT Mentor employee Daniel Altbaum completes the month long ARMY NIE 12.1 experiment in White Sands, New Mexico.  The experimentation provided valuable feedback and operational use of the AMF JTRS radios.
 
January 2011 IT Mentor employee Daniel Altbaum completes AMF JTRS lab build at SSC San Diego.  This lab will enable the integrated testing of the first JTRS radios.
 
August 2010 IT Mentor employees Daniel Altbaum and Tim Altbaum begin support of the AMF JTRS project as Subject Matter Experts and Senior Engineers.
 
July 2010 The Trident Warrior 10 At Sea Exercise ends as a success.  ITMG employee Daniel Altbaum (Experiment Director, RRLOE Architect and Networks Lead) supported the exercise afloat on the USS Bonhomme Richard.
 
June 2010 ITMG employee Daniel Altbaum installs data collection devices in support of TW10 aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard, USS Sampson, USS McClusky, USS Comstock and PRNOC.
 
January 2010 The TW10 RRLOE ends with another successful year of experimentation.  ITMG engineers, Daniel and Joe Altbaum supported the RRLOE as the Lead Architects and Network Engineers.  This is the eighth year that ITMG has served in this role.  Over 100 technologies were tested in a simulated US Navy environment including SATSIMS, ship and shore platforms, NOCs, ADNS, ISNS at NGT replication.  The LOE was also connected to real US Navy systems via SIPR and NIPR.
 
June 2009 The Trident Warrior 09 At Sea Exercise ends as a success.  ITMG employees Daniel Altbaum (Experiment Director and Networks Lead), Joe Altbaum (NGT Engineer) and Michael Kries (NGT Engineer) supported the exercise afloat and ashore.  Click here to see TW09 in the news, including articles, video, and the TW09 Movie.
 
June 2009 ITMG employee Daniel Altbaum installs data collection devices in support of TW09 aboard the USS Farragut, USS Nassau, USS Bulkeley, C2F and UARNOC.
 
June 2009 ITMG Engineer Michael Kries begins installation of ISNS Next Generation Technology (NGT) at C2F in Norfolk, VA.
 
March 27, 2009 The TW09 RRLOE ends with another successful year of experimentation.  ITMG engineers, Daniel Altbaum, Joe Altbaum, Chris Dougherty and Michael Kries supported the RRLOE as the Lead Architects and Network Engineers.  This is the seventh year that ITMG has served in this role.  Over 100 technologies were tested in a simulated US Navy environment including SATSIMS, ship and shore platforms, NOCs, ADNS, ISNS at NGT replication.  The LOE was also connected to real US Navy systems via SIPR and NIPR.
 
January 12, 2009 The TW09 RRLOE begins at SSC-SD.  There are over 100 scheduled technologies to be tested in the lab environment.  ITMG engineers Daniel Altbaum, Joe Altbaum, Chris Dougherty and Michael Kries will be the primary points of contact and support for the technologies as they begin their experimentation.
 
December 22, 2008 Serving as the Lead Architect, ITMG engineer Daniel Altbaum begins the the Trident Warrior 09 Risk Reduction Limited Objective Experiment (TW09 RRLOE) lab build.  He has served as the Lead Architect since Trident Warrior began in 2003.
 
August 1, 2008 ITMG employees Daniel Altbaum, Chris Dougherty and Dell Hoffmann complete Empire Challenge 08 (EC08) in China Lake, CA.  ITMG employees served as Network Architects and Engineers for the Naval Post Graduate School, supporting JBAIIC setup, integration, and network operations.
 
June 28, 2008 The Trident Warrior 08 At Sea Exercise ends as a success.  ITMG employees Daniel Altbaum, Joe Altbaum and Dell Hoffmann were aboard three ships providing critical support for the exercise.  Click here to read the article "A Better Backbone," which talks about the benefits of Trident Warrior.
 
June 13, 2008 ITMG Engineers Daniel Altbaum and Joe Altbaum complete the Trident Warrior 2008 installations and now begin the TW08 Execution aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard.
 
June 3, 2008 ITMG's Michael Kries achieves EMC Proven Professional status.  As an EMC Proven Professional, Michael takes the EMC-SMARTS support to NMCI to a new level.
 
February 2008 ITMG signs agreement with Stanley and Associates to provide engineering support to SPAWAR in the ITF lab.
 
January 2008 ITMG signs agreement with EMC to provide engineering and network management support for the EMC-SMARTS support to NMCI.
 
November 2007 ITMG signs agreement with KES to provide additional support for Trident Warrior 08.
 
October 2007 ITMG signs agreement with AUSGAR to provide additional support for Trident Warrior 08.  ITMG will provide enterprise expertise in the roles of Networks Specialist, LOE Lead, and Experiment Director for TW08.
 
October 2007 IITMG signs contract with KES to provide enterprise expertise and support for the Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) program.
 
October 2007 IITMG signs contract with L-3 Titan to provide enterprise expertise and support for the Joint Tactical Radio System  (JTRS) program.
 
September 2007 ITMG employees are selected to lead the Network Engineering for Empire Challenge 08 (EC08) in China Lake, CA. 
 
June 2007 ITMG employees complete Empire Challenge 07 (EC07) in China Lake, CA.  ITMG employees served as Network Architects and Engineers for the Naval Post Graduate School, supporting JBAIIC setup, integration, and network operations.
 
May 2007 ITMG signs agreement with X-FEDS to provide additional support for Trident Warrior 08.  ITMG will provide enterprise expertise as the Networks Initiative Lead, LOE Lead, and Experiment Director for TW08.
 
March 2007 The Trident Warrior 07 At Sea Exercise ends as a success.  ITMG employees were aboard three ships providing critical support for the exercise.  Click here to read the article "A Better Backbone," which talks about the benefits of Trident Warrior 07.
 
February 2007 ITMG signs agreement with CSC to provide support for Empire Challenge.  ITMG will provide networking expertise as the Network Enterprise Architect for the project.
 
January 11, 2007 ITMG employees Tim Altbaum and Frank Anderson are given an award of excellence for their outstanding efforts on the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense project.  View
 
December 2006 ITMG signs contract with SAIC to provide enterprise expertise and support for the Joint Tactical Radio System  (JTRS) program.
 
August 2006 ITMG engineers provide afloat engineering and data collection support for the KU Band experiment.
 
July 15, 2006 Titan Level 3 and ITMG  join forces to provide support for the Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) project.  ITMG will be providing Enterprise Network Engineering support and Enterprise Management support for the program.
 
June 26, 2006 Daniel Altbaum is awarded the Trident Warrior 06 Most Valuable for his outstanding efforts during TW06.  View
 
June 16, 2006 CDR Tony Parrillo, Director FORCEnet Execution Center awards Daniel Altbaum and Gabe Novoa for their contribution to the success of the Trident Warrior 06 at sea exercise.
 
June 2006 ITMG employee Tim Altbaum achieves success with the Ballistic Missile Defense project.  He participated in the tracking and intercepting of a ballistic missile launched from PMRF in Hawaii.  For more information, Click here.
 
March 1, 2006 ITMG employee Frank Gingrich is awarded for his contribution to the Taiwan PO-SHENG project.  View
 
February 22, 2006 Daniel Altbaum continues to support Trident Warrior as the Lead Network Engineer for the Trident Warrior 06 Risk Reduction LOE.
 
January 1, 2006 Daniel Altbaum continues to support Trident Warrior as the Experiment Design Director for Trident Warrior 06.
 
January 1, 2006 AUSGAR and ITMG  join forces to provide support for Trident Warrior 2006.
 
December 21, 2005 ITMG employee Frank Gingrich completed Developmental and Operational testing in Taiwan for the PO-SHENG project.  Frank Gingrich served in Taiwan as the Data Manager.
 
December 9, 2005 CDR Tony Parrillo, Director FORCEnet Execution Center awards Daniel Altbaum and Gabe Novoa for their contribution to the success of the Trident Warrior 05 at sea exercise.
 
December 9, 2005 The Trident Warrior 05 At Sea Exercise ends as a success.  ITMG employees were aboard the USS Iwo Jima providing critical support for the exercise.
 
November 26, 2005 ITMG engineers begin Trident Warrior 05 support aboard the USS Iwo Jima. 
 
September 10, 2005 Daniel Altbaum becomes Experiment Design Director for Trident Warrior 05.
 
August 22, 2005 ITMG engineers begin work on the Ballistic Missile Defense Project.
 
August 15, 2005 KES and ITMG  join forces to provide support for the Ballistic Missile Defense Project (BMDS). 
 
August 1, 2005 Vice Admiral U.S. Navy, James D. McArthur Jr. recognizes Daniel Altbaum for his outstanding efforts during the Trident Warrior 05 LOE.  View
 
April 20, 2005 SPAWAR awards Lightning Bolt Award to Daniel Altbaum, Tim Altbaum and Willie Swing for their work in the FORCEnet LOE for Trident Warrior 04.  The award was signed by Kenneth D. Slaght, Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy.
 
December 1, 2004 Darlington, Inc. and IT Mentor Group, Inc. join forces to provide support for BLII in Japan.  ITMG employees will begin work in Japan this week.
 
November 20, 2004 ITMG recertifies with Cisco as a Premier Plus Certified Reseller and a VPN Specialist Reseller.
 
October 15, 2004 Naval Network Warfare Command presents Award to Daniel Altbaum for "His participation in the planning and execution of TW04.  His dedication and extraordinary efforts contributed greatly to the success of the exercise and deserves my sincere thank you."
- U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Singer
 
October 15, 2004 The Trident Warrior 04 At Sea Exercise ends as a success.  ITMG employees were aboard two ships providing critical support for the exercise.
 
October 1, 2004 ITMG is added to the SAIC SEI contract to provide support for TW04.  ITMG tasks include ADNS optimization, network configuration and system integration, as well as overall network support.
 
January 23, 2005 Daniel Altbaum, Lead Instructor for the IT Mentor 2-Day CCNA Bootcamp, teaches student number 5,000!
 
January 15, 2004 ITMG provides engineering support for JRAE 04.  The task includes advance Cisco configuration of MPLS, IPv6, QoS, and VoIP.
 
August 5, 2003 SPAWAR awards Lightning Bolt Award to Daniel Altbaum and Willie Swing for their work in the FORCEnet LOE for Trident Warrior 03.  The award was signed by Kenneth D. Slaght, Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy.
 
April 16, 2003 U.S. Navy Commander Bradshaw gives accommodations to Daniel Altbaum for his work in the FORCEnet LOE for Trident Warrior 03.
 
January 27, 2003 US Small Business Administration, Washington, DC recognizes IT Mentor Group, Inc. as a Certified HUBZone.
 
October 2, 2002 CSC and IT Mentor Group, Inc. join forces to provide support to SPAWAR for engineering services.

 

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