Air Force Picks Jacobs to Support Critical Mission Systems 

"The tunnel entrance to the North American Air Defense (NORAD) Space Command Cheyenne Mountain Complex." Utah Mining, the company that excavated Cheyenne Mountain, also built a civilian tunnel going from Denver to Idaho Springs. The dimensions of that tunnel entrance are similar to the dimensions of this tunnel entrance.

The tunnel entrance to Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station. Image: DOD

Jacobs has been selected by the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s Strategic Warning & Surveillance Systems Division for Operations, Maintenance and Sustainment of critical mission systems for the North American Aerospace Defense Command Cheyenne Mountain Complex.

The contract, known as the Integrated Tactical Warning/Attack Assessment and Space Support Contract II, has a maximum value to Jacobs of $455 million over a 6-year period of performance.

Jacobs is to support the classified communications and processing for command and control capability and legacy space C2 systems at Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station and Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado; Offutt AFB, Nebraska; Vandenberg AFB, California; and other sites worldwide.

The NISSC II OM&S Task Order also establishes requirements for operations and maintenance support for the CMAFS Information Systems Infrastructure.

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