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Warfighter Information Network-Tactical Media Kit

General Dynamics Mission Systems

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.

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    Enhanced WIN-T Increment 2 Capabilities Begin Testing

    More Transportable, Expeditionary TCN-L/NOSC-L Begin Performance and Safety Evaluations TAUNTON, Mass. – General Dynamics Mission Systems announced today that new and improved versions of two key Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) Increment 2 capabilities have begun the test and evaluation process

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    General Dynamics Delivers New Digital Manpack Radios for U.S. Army Testing

    Based on the Army’s tested, fielded AN/PRC-155 Manpack, General Dynamics digital Manpack radios are MUOS capable. SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., — General Dynamics Mission Systems delivered 30 new two-channel Manpack networking radios to the U.S. Army for evaluation. The digital radios are

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    Next-Generation Manpack Radios By General Dynamics Selected For U.S. Army Testing

    The radio order is part of a  five-year ID/IQ contract with a full potential value of $12.7 billion. FAIRFAX, Va.  – General Dynamics Mission Systems is one of three contractors selected to deliver 30 next-generation, two-channel Manpack networking radios to

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    PRC-155 Manpack Radio Connects With MUOS In The Pacific

    Army validates the use of MUOS network and AN/PRC-155 radios for operations in the U.S. Army Pacific Area of Interest.  FAIRFAX, Va., — General Dynamics Mission Systems AN/PRC-155 MUOS-Manpack radio was the communications hub connecting soldiers located in the U.

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    U.S. Army: Networked Stryker Unit On-The-Move At National Training Center

    FORT IRWIN, Calif. — The 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, or 2/2 SBCT, leveraged the Army’s latest mobile network equipment package to battle enemy forces during its Decisive Action Rotation at the National Training Center, or NTC,

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    Crystal Clear Communication One Step Closer for U.S. Army

    The U.S. Army and U.S. Navy successfully tested the MUOS Satellite Network and General Dynamics MUOS-Manpack radio communications. The use of MUOS and the Manpack radio will allow units that are Beyond-Line-Of-Site (BLOS) to communicate seamlessly. It’s commonplace for people

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    General Dynamics' Manpack Radio Successfully Supports MUOS Network Testing

    AN/PRC-155 MUOS-Manpack radio connects government personnel with on-orbit MUOS satellites during U.S. Navy evaluation. FAIRFAX, Va., — The General Dynamics Mission Systems’ two-channel AN/PRC-155 MUOS-Manpack radio has successfully provided voice and data communications with on-orbit Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) satellites

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    GD Technology Provides Mobile Mission Command For 5,000 Users

    System stability and scalability tests quickly scaled up to thousands of participants and back down to a handful of users. FAIRFAX, Va. – A General Dynamics Mission Systems and U.S. government team recently tested the stability and scalability of a

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    Chris Marzilli Talks WIN-T Inc. 2 With C4ISR & Networks

    Chris Marzilli, president of General Dynamics Mission Systems, talks about the roll out of full production of Warfighter Information Network-Tactical Increment 2 with C4ISR & Networks Editor Barry Rosenberg. More C4ISR Coverage from AUSA 2015: General Dynamics Mission Systems Shares Coming

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    General Dynamics Releases 2015 WIN-T Program Update

    This report provides an update on the work performed this year to strengthen, improve and simplify the U.S. Army’s tactical communications backbone, the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T). Introduction by Chris Marzilli  Stronger together. There has never been more truth in

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