UAH and US Navy Partner for AEGIS Training

AEGIS ship with missileHUNTSVILLE, Ala. (February 2, 2016) — The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) Professional and Continuing Studies (PCS) offers AEGIS Combat System Online Certificate Program for the U.S. Department of the Navy’s Program Executive Office (PEO) Integrated Warfare System (IWS) 1.0 personnel. These are high quality AEGIS-specific systems engineering courses that were sponsored and created by AEGIS Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD).

Photographed are Mr. Alec Weck, CAPT Tom Druggan, and Ms. Lane Fabby.

Photographed are Mr. Alec Weck, CAPT Tom Druggan, and Ms. Lane Fabby.

Navy PEO IWS 1.0’s senior leadership believes that it is vitally important for all of its personnel to get a common systems engineering framework in order to inform all AEGIS specific efforts. Participants will gain a comprehensive foundation in the history, deployment, and future of the AEGIS Combat System (ACS).

Lane Fabby, Director of Professional Development at UAH, recently met with AEGIS senior leadership in Washington, D.C. to solidify the informal partnership.

USS Cape St George and USS SterettAEGIS is the Navy’s most modern surface combat system. ACS was designed and developed over the last fifty years as a Multi-Warfare system-of-systems, integrating Sensors, Command & Control, Weapons, Electronic Warfare, Navigation, and more. The integration of ACS systems enhances the capability of a ship to engage and defeat numerous multi-warfare threats simultaneously by land, air, and sea. With the Navy and MDA’s interest for a land-based alternative to AEGIS afloat and a new Air & Missile Defense Radar system, it is important for personnel working with AEGIS to accelerate their ability to understand and use Naval vocabulary.

lanefabby 2015 blueLane Fabby, Director of Professional Development – UAH Professional and Continuing Studies. To discuss your training needs, please contact Lane Fabby at 256-824-4430 or at


For more information:
Lane Fabby
Professional Development
Professional and Continuing Studies
The University of Alabama in Huntsville
(256) 824-4430