This project is responsible for the modernization and remediation of designated Outside/Inside Plant (OSP/ISP) infrastructure elements at the Air Defense Artillery Patriot Site V (PAT V) in Bahrain. These upgrades will help to eliminate single points of failure, increase resiliency to and survivability of single-event occurrences, and improve compliance where applicable with the United States Army Information Systems Engineering Command (USAISEC) Outside Plant Design and Performance Requirements (OSPDPR) Technical Criteria for the Installation Information Infrastructure Architecture (TC-I3A). The Patriot Missile Battery is unique in the fact that it is a DISN-extrinsic system, with its interdependent componentry operating as a closed system independent of outside network connectivity. Proprietary equipment, cabling and connections add to the specialization of the Patriot Missile Battery system, with all modifications to these elements presuming the approval, acceptance and assumption of the United States Government (USG). RELYANT is responsible for the engineering and implementation for the modernization and remediation of designated Outside/Inside Plant (OSP/ISP) infrastructure elements at PAT V in Bahrain.