​HAMPTON, Va. – ATS modeling and simulations engineer, Keva Nalls, is returning from her activation with the U.S. Army’s 4th Expeditionary Sustainment Command (ESC), 300th Sustainment Brigade in support of the national effort to fight COVID-19.

A captain in the U.S. Army Reserves, Nalls served as the brigade support operations officer. She was activated on April 17.

“During this mobilization, I was determined to use my knowledge to help wherever needed,” said Nalls. “It has always been a pleasure to serve our nation using my military skills and experience at ATS.”

Nalls’ support to the brigade resulted in her selection as the 4th ESC team chief for future pandemic missions, where she will direct Army logistical support to pandemic hotspots around the country.

Nalls began working with ATS in February 2019, providing modeling and simulation support to U.S. Army North in San Antonio, Texas.

“As I’ve been proud to serve the U.S. Army throughout my career, I’m extremely proud to serve our country during this challenging and important time in our nation’s history,” said Nalls. “I believe my experience during this activation will assist with future response efforts as I bring back lessons learned and best practices to U.S. Army North.”


As a leading provider of training and operational support technologies for national defense and emergency management, ATS conducts more than 100 State and Federal interactive and immersive crisis response and consequence management training exercises annually. Staffed by former emergency management and military leaders, ATS delivers cutting edge technology and innovative solutions to save lives by building resilient organizations. ATS is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business offering technology and services to increase effectiveness in planning, training, and operations.