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From the lab to the battlefield: Soldiers put new network tools to the test

Friday, July 31, 2020   (0 Comments)

By Andrew Eversden  |  July 31, 2020  |  C4ISRNET


The Army’s new network tools, set to be deployed to units in 2021, were heavily influenced by a new factor: soldiers.

Through exercises and training events, the Army’s Network Cross-Functional Team received feedback on its design decisions for Capability Set ’21, the set of new network tools set to be delivered to soldiers next year as part of the service’s network modernization efforts.

“This is the first time really in recent history that the network has really focused on soldier feedback. And it’s important and it played a huge role in that,” said Col. Garth Winterle, project manager for tactical radios at the Army’s Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communication-Tactical. READ MORE...

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