Warfighter Information Network - Tactical Media Kit

As the tactical communications network backbone, the General Dynamics Mission Systems-built Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T), delivers voice and data services wherever and whenever our soldiers need them, without the need for fixed infrastructure. An essential utility for America’s Army as it deploys to many locations and many environments across the world, WIN-T gives the Army adaptable voice and data services to help soldiers accomplish their missions.

Recent News

In The News: Soldiers Evaluate WIN-T’s TCN-Lite for NIE 17.2

Jun, 22 2017
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.

In The News: U.S. Army Uses Upgraded Warfighter Information Network-Tactical Increment 2 in Iraq

Mar, 13 2017
The upgraded Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) Increment 2 on M-ATV high-protection medium tactical vehicle was spotted near Mosul in Iraq.

In The News: Fielding WIN-T Increment 2 Faster Delivers Better Battlefield Connectivity

Mar, 09 2017
If you can’t move on the modern battlefield, then you probably can’t survive. So the fact that most of the U.S. Army’s combat units rely on a tactical network that requires soldiers to stop moving before they can communicate with headquarters is really dangerous.

U.S. Army: WIN-T Network Vehicles Shed Tons to Support Expeditionary Air Assault

Jan, 23 2017
FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. (Jan. 23, 2017) — In support of expeditionary, quick reaction and air assault missions, the Army is testing significantly lighter versions of two configurations of its mobile tactical communications network known as Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T).

General Dynamics' Todd Levine Discusses Making WIN-T Lighter and Easier to Use

Oct, 11 2016
General Dynamics’ WIN-T Increment 2 Program Director, Todd Levine, discusses how improvements to WIN-T Increment 2 will make it faster and easier for the U.S. Army to deploy its mobile battlefield network. These lighter, more agile Increment 2 components...
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