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  • 2001

    Mission:Mobility

    Mission:Mobility was pertinent to the invention of edge tactical networking. In concert with Joint Forces Command in the early 2000s, we integrated the latest network technologies to enhance joint operations for the Combatant Commanders.

  • 2010

    Mission:Mobility

    The Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) is a United States Department of Defense (DoD) process that means to ensure that companies and organizations apply risk management to information systems (IS).

    U.S. Army Pacific (USARPAC) Authority To Operate (ATO) MAC II type accreditation (Mission Assurance Category II - Information that is important to deployed and contingency forces. Integrity Level High; Availability Level Medium). – Signed Feb 2010

    U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM) has a completed ATO.

    U.S. Air Force Network Integration Center (AFNIC/CC) Authorization to Connect (ATC) from DAA to Pacific Air Forces (PACAF A6) for Air Force Global Information Grid (AF-GIG). – Signed 22 June 2010

    U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) recieved Interim Approval To Operate (IATO) for Marine Corps Systems (MCS) under the name National Science Foundation, Division of Electrical, Communications and Cyber Systems (ECCS) as Research Development Test and Evaluation (RDT&E).

    Network Modules approved by Joint Communications Support Element (JCSE) for U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) Combined Enterprise Regional Information Exchange System - International Security Assistance Force (CENTRIX-ISAF) network access.

  • 2011

    Mission:Mobility

    The leading provider of Baseband Communication Solutions, announced the launch of its LoneWolf product line at Milcom Tech Expo 2011 in Baltimore, MD. The discreetly designed LoneWolf adds a new, ultra-mobile baseband solution to the Mission:Mobility product family to meet the intelligence community’s and executive travel team/VIP’s unique operator requirements.

  • 2012

    Mission:Mobility

    Announced the launch of M:GUARDIAN, the company’s communications portability suite designed specifically for First Responders and Emergency Management Teams.

    U.S. Department of State procured 75 M:RESPONDER II kits for senior executive use.

  • 2013

    Mission:Mobility

    Announced the launch of M:ENDEAVOR, the company’s communications portability suite designed for teams who must cope with change.

  • 2014

    Mission:Mobility

    Announced the launch of M:NOMAD, the company’s flagship communications suite designed for teams who work from the office, hotel, vehicle, tent or the edge of the world.

    Special Operations Forces procure M:NOMAD, M:ENDEAVOR and M:MISSIONPOINT software and kits.

  • 2015

    Mission:Mobility

    May 19, 2015 -- DataPath, Inc. (http://www.datapath.com/) a leading provider of remote field communications and information technology solutions to the aerospace, government, broadcast, and infrastructure markets announced that it entered into an exclusive technology licensing agreement with Mission:Mobility (http://missionmobility.com/), a leading provider of baseband communication solutions. Under the agreement, DataPath will manufacture certain Mission:Mobility mobile networking products, as well as develop new products based on Mission:Mobility technology. DataPath will also become an additional authorized service and warranty repair center for Mission:Mobility products.

    July 14, 2015 -- MissionMobility LLC, an industry-leading provider of mobile communications equipment, announced the completion of a management and investor buyout. 5BY5 PARTNERS LLC, a Virginia-based investor group led by Mission:Mobility’s CEO, Mike Smack, purchased the company from its former owners.