Early members of my Rogue Squadron team developed Wicker for rapid collection of forensic data from adversary drones. Development of the first version took just three weeks, during the Battle of Mosul, when ISIS drones were plaguing the battlefield. At the time no commercial solutions existed.
I led the team in establishing a new GitLab instance in AWS and setting up CI/CD pipelines to a DoD distribution website. I also rewrote Wicker from scratch for better reliability and extended features, and later rewrote it in Kotlin. I worked directly with our principal DoD customer, understanding his needs and helping him test at home via video teleconferences. We often turned around bug fixes within 24 hours.
We eventually retired the app once new commercial offerings became available.