Headquartered at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, the Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) researches, develops, acquires, and sustains aerospace weapon systems needed to defend the United States and its interests. AFMC has tremendous resources and responsibilities, supporting more than 6,400 aircraft and 29,500 engines, while at the same time operating 13 host bases, and running Air Force's medical and test pilot schools. As with any outstanding organization, AFMC's most important resource is its people, a world-class work force with about 100,000 Air Force experts in matters ranging from the pure research to the flight line.

NetServices provided highly skilled support staff to ensure the continual development of the Air Force Materiel Command's Disaster Recovery Program. Our comprehensive services included an implementation plan, bill of materials, site surveys, solution deployment, and Government Acceptance Testing.

The AFMC solution included the implementation of a heterogeneous storage environment as well as a continual collection of performance metrics to design and implement newly emerging products and solutions.

The result is a secure data environment continually reinforced by NetServices' laboratory support to the Air Force Materiel Command on performance metrics and emerging technology solutions.