The latest edition of the Kestrel TSCM Professional Software | TSCM Newsletter (November 2021) is now available for download or online viewing. This addition of the newsletter addresses our experience at MILIPOL 2021 in Paris France and provides an introduction to the latest generational feature soon to be available in the Kestrel TSCM Professional Software. Kestrel Central Visualizer (KCV) | Remote Radio Management (RRM) was introduced at MILIPOL 2021 for the first time. Our team successfully introduced and demonstrated the technology by connecting and controlling a remote session with a local Kestrel Project File (KPF) on a Master instance of the software, by connecting to a Satellite remote via a network connection. KCV-RRM opens up entirely new revenue streams for commercial operators and provides an amazingly low cost, scalable deployment solution for demanding large scale facility infrastructure deployed systems for government and military. As the year comes to a close, our development efforts are running strong with lots of new features scheduled for implementation through the end of the year. Our Software Development Group (SDG) is formalizing the development plan for 2022, which will include several new generational feature-sets that will see the introduction of a new Signal Hound 43.5 GHz radio capability, sweeping at 1 THz. We hope that you enjoy reading our newsletters and try not to dwell on news events that are already well published. Previous copies of all of our monthly newsletters are available for download from the Technical Papers page of our website. In keeping with our technical operator centric approach, a new custom configurable Operator Deployment Log (ODL) resource utility is also pending release that will allow for better deployment efficiency and the management of the entire inspection process. This feature can be used as a definable checklist, and is considered to be a standards-based project management resource. The default implementation will follow the TSB 2000 (Technical) Standard recommendations for a competent inspection process. The technical operator can configure the utility to meet any number of individual requirements.