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As the U.S. Army’s tactical communications network backbone, 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.

The Soldier’s Network

The Future of Tactical Voice & Data Communications for America’s Warfighters

Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T), the Soldier’s Network backbone, provides on-the-move voice, video and data communications for troops on the battlefield: anywhere and anytime. The PRC-154 Rifleman and PRC-155 Manpack radios improve mission effectiveness by connecting dismounted Soldiers downrange. Together, for the first time in the history of military communications, commanders can coordinate and communicate on the move and troops on the ground can have their voices heard, their texts received, and their position location painted on a map, visible down to the squad level, making them more efficient in their combat missions.

The Soldier's Network: The Future of U.S. Army Tactical Communications

Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T)

As the U.S. Army’s tactical communications network backbone, 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.

Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T)

Tactical Radios

Putting the power of the network in the hands of soldiers on the ground for the first time ever, General Dynamics’ Manpack and Rifleman radios extend voice and data communications to the tactical edge. Working together to form ad-hoc networks without fixed infrastructure, and connected to the WIN-T network and Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) satellite system, the Manpack and Rifleman Radios enable apps and data service for individual soldiers like never before.

Tactical Radios