Here are 6 of 13 35-foot mobile command centers that were convoyed into Baghdad during the height of the Iraqi War.
A total of 4 workstations with overhead cabinetry were located in the command area.
This gelcoat fiberglass command trailer is available on our GSA contract antenna brackets are installed and prewired at the roof line for customers’ antennas.
A land-mobile satellite system dome is located on the roof along with the 2 rooftop heat pumps.
The 7- person conference room has a sliding pocket door with lock for privacy.
13 Mobile Command Centers were designed, manufactured and shipped to Iraq, specifically Baghdad’s “Green Zone,” now known as the International Zone. These command trailers were used in conjunction with the Baghdad Police force and U.S. military soldiers to establish a networked security presence in the city.
The mobile commands were stationed throughout the International Zone, which is the central hub of transportation, headquarters to U.S. and British consulting companies, homes and offices of diplomatic and governmental personnel, including those at the US. Embassy Annex.. The command trailers were convoyed into the Port of Umm Qsar.
Upon withdrawal of U.S. military forces, the mobile command centers were turned over to the Iraqi Police Force to help them maintain order by sharing information among the commands using their communication capabilities.