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Clearing a path for our nation’s best.
Developing agile solutions for our soldiers is paramount. We are constantly perfecting our ground game, delivering tools that earn the confidence of those in command. By providing mission-critical situational awareness and real-time information, gathering intelligence and reconnaissance, vital information is always at-hand for our partners in the armed forces.
By leveraging commercial off-the-shelf technologies to provide these capabilities to the warfighter, General Dynamics is playing a leading role in the evolution of mobile tactical communications.
Bill Weiss, Vice President and General Manager of Ground Systems
Advanced C2 applications for the command post and on-the-move mission command.
Mission-critical connectivity providing lifelines anytime, anywhere.
The Backbone of the U.S. Army's Tactical Network Is WIN-T
With the General Dynamics-built Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T), commanders can communicate on-the-move and soldiers can have their voices heard, their texts received, and their location displayed on a map.
Accelerating content, context and consequence.
Our support goes beyond product delivery.
A global leader and manufacturer of satellite and wireless communication products for voice, video and data.
CAC2S is a command and control system that integrates information from various aerial and ground-based radar systems and sensors to enable a common, real time air picture. Used by the Marine Air-Ground Task Force, CAC2S visually combines ground and aviation command and control data for greater situational awareness and faster decision-making.
When the U.S. Army deploys, Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) enables communications, mission command and situational awareness for soldiers on the battlefield. In an article published on DVIDS website, 1st Lt. Daniel Johnson reported on the capabilities of the new Tactical Communications Node-Lite (TCN-Lite) for the WIN-T network.
Camp Pendleton, Calif. — A General Dynamics Mission Systems engineering team successfully streamed video 62 miles between two tactical antennas on April 20 during the Marine Corps-sponsored Ship-to-Shore Maneuver, Exploration and Experimentation (S2ME2) Task Force Demonstration at Camp Pendleton. The engineering team participated...