We’re starting to use this new Patriot Excalibur (PEX) program at work. It’s pretty versatile, but the learning process for everyone has been a bit disjointed. We’re hoping to have it minimally capable by next week. I just hope it eventually does everything we hope it can.
The only big complaint I’ve had about being a fighter pilot is the big difference between a fighter pilot and a professional athlete is that the professional athlete doesn’t have to keep his own stats. PEX should go a long way towards automating the record-keeping.
Interesting post. We are currently looking in to get PEX at my work as well.
Do you have any lessons learned that might help the proces.
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The 46th Test Wing here at Eglin AFB holds a week long class once a month to spin up new PEX users. Their website is https://46twwww.eglin.af.mil/pex. If you need some training, that’s the place to be. Be advised: they’re the only ones that do the training, and the classes might have a waiting list. If you need other info, let me know. Maybe I can track it down for you.
How have things gone for you with PEX? The latest release (5.6 @ Aug 2012) has been a great tool though there are still areas which can be improved (Mission Board, and greater use of Silverlight for a Gantt-style display). Would like to hear how its been going for your unit.
PEX? I haven’t been in a job in which it has been used for a few years. It looks like it may be entering a companion community but for now I don’t think it we’re planning to start using it, not before I retire, anyway! Thanks for the comment!