Mark Hehmeyer is a Senior Associate for TMST. Experienced in all facets of military training he most often consults for live training, particularly at the Combat Training Centers, and campaign planning.
Former positions include Director of the Department of Future Simulations; Director of Live Training Systems; Programs Manager, Senior Program Manager for Battle Command M&S, program manager, and software development manager for major defense contractors. His groups included development of live training system components and systems and simulations. Key aspects included reuse and pre-use of tactical systems and emerging commercial standards; information assurance; architectural development and standards; tactical/system interfaces and integration of both constructive and virtual systems for training realism. A partial list of his programs includes: JSIMS/WARSIM Common Component Work Station program; Warfighter 2000 C4I team; OneSAF C4I; an Army subject matter expert on the Common Training Instrumentation Architecture (CTIA); CTC-IS; CTC-OIS; CTC-IS RCS; and other programs.
Mark’s operational credentials are based on over 30 years experience in the Army and Department of Defense both on active duty and as contractor. His last assignment in the Army was within the Office of The Inspector General where he served in a variety of positions to include as Director of Information Resources and PM of the IGNET Standard Army Management Information System operating in 32 countries at over 200 locations. Other positions included a variety of Armor unit assignments; Observer Controller, OPFOR Operations Officer and Deputy Commander, and Operations Group G3 at the National Training Center; and Associate Professor of Computer Science at the United States Military Academy.
Mark earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Military Academy, West Point, New York. He earned a Master of Science degree in civil engineering with additional studies in computer science from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He was certified as a Project Management Professional by the Project Management Institute (PMI) in 2003 and is a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers and PMI.