MDS is a sub on the TETRAS program (estimated magnitude of the potential requirement is between $500M and $1B with a five-year basic ordering period). The Team will afford the 96th Test Wing at Eglin AFB, Florida, the ability to rapidly develop and apply unique solutions for specialized hardware and software and/or prototype systems and test equipment to develop or modify airborne and ground systems, facilities, and infrastructure urgently required for test, training and evaluation of Command, Control, Communications, Computer, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR), munitions systems, and electronic combat/ countermeasures within live and virtual test parameters. The program will encompass work scope previously acquired via the Command, Control, Communications, Computer, Intelligence (C4I) Munitions Test Improvement Contract (CIMTIC) program. The estimated magnitude of the potential requirement is between$500M and $1B with a five-year basic ordering period and five option years totaling a ten-year ordering period. The scope of this contract will not include any aspects of Advisory & Assistance Services (A&AS).Testing may be accomplished on DoD System-of-Systems, subsystems, system components, and system support items. Test includes analysis, inspection, or test through acceptance, qualification, or developmental or operational demonstrations IAW system engineering best practices. The Government will acquire all hardware, software, and support necessary to support systems used on airborne platforms involved with the test process, tests of ground based, airborne, and space borne ordnance/armament systems and supporting guidance/control, seeker/sensor, navigation or ranging systems and may include radars, high energy lasers, high power microwave, and other new technologies for systems in development.