"Fujitsu were professional and precise in their approach as well as being very flexible – when we needed extra equipment it arrived promptly and was installed within days."
Flt Lt Stephen Preston Officer Commander Engineering, RAF St Mawgan
Formed in 1918 in response to the First World War, the UK’s Royal Air Force (RAF) is the aerial warfare service branch of the British Armed Forces and the oldest independent air force in the world. Its objective is to support the Ministry of Defence in ensuring the security of the UK and its overseas territories. RAF St Mawgan in Cornwall is currently home to the Tri-Service Defence Survival Training Organisation, which teaches ‘Survive, Evade, Resist, Extract’ methods in support of operations and training.
Rather than finance personnel overseas on Survival and Extraction Planning courses, the DSTO wanted to recreate the experience at St Mawgan. It therefore needed to equip its new training centre with the necessary hardware.
Following a detailed procurement process, Fujitsu was selected by RAF St Mawgan based on the detailed and comprehensive portfolio meeting the demands laid out.
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