In conjunction with the U.S. Army, the RMI shelter is being incorporated into fielded U.S. Army inventory assets allowing the AN/TPQ-37 Radar system to be equipped with an advanced command and control node. ThalesRaytheonSystems (TRS) has incorporated advanced technology improvements for its Operations Control Group for the AN/TPQ-37 Radar that will extend system service life and significantly reduce customer life cycle costs. The RMI shelter contains two modular workstations. The modular workstation features the next generation of technology. It is a self-contained device with common hardware (digital map, power supply, monitor, chair, printer, etc.) among shelters. The common workstation is portable, modular, reconfigurable and independent of the shelter design. The workstation gives Commanders in training and tactical units the flexibility of using the common workstation as a standalone training device, independent of the radar system.