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The Soldier’s Network is built by General Dynamics Mission Systems and is part of the Army’s larger tactical network. The Soldier’s Network delivers tactical voice and data communications for soldiers anywhere on the battlefield. It places unparalleled situational awareness and capabilities in the hands of warfighters through communications and applications unlike anything previously available.

Soldier’s Network programs include Warfighter Information Network – Tactical, the on-the-move network backbone, and Manpack and Rifleman soldier radios for vehicles and troops on the ground.

 

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Soldier’s Network programs include Warfighter Information Network – Tactical, the on-the-move network backbone, and Manpack and Rifleman soldier radios for vehicles and troops on the ground. The Soldier’s Network enables the use of battlefield applications to soldiers on-the-move in WIN-T Inc. 2-equipped vehicles and soldiers on the ground with HMS radios throughout the battlefield. 

 

 

  • Access to nationwide network infrastructure enabling GPS, voice, video, apps and data anytime, anywhere
  • Access to broadband internet through PCs and mobile devices
  • Access to real-time, up to date information and maps on their phones
  • No installed cell towers
  • No internet, or even reliable electricity
  • No information on the go, info is static

Latest News

  • Soldier’s Network Update: General Dynamics-built WIN-T Increment 2 SNE Supports U.S. Army Field Artillery Operations

    TAUNTON, Mass. – During the recent Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) Increment 2 Development Test 2, a U.S. Army field artillery team found that the WIN-T Soldier Network Extension (SNE) significantly increased their communications reach and improved their call-for-fire response time.

    4:06 PM - 8 Jan 2015
  • U.S. Army: Always Connected

    Satellite communications network enables more expeditionary Army to move beyond the FOB For the past 13 years, much of the Army fought from forward operating bases (FOBs). The FOBs housed command posts with well-established net­work infrastructure, which served as an

    3:16 PM - 8 Jan 2015
  • U.S. Army: Testing The Waters

      ATEC, PEO C3T explore new paradigms for testing emerging technologies For as long as there has been a professional Army, there has been testing to make sure Soldiers get weapon systems that work. We are experts at testing tanks

    9:58 PM - 7 Jan 2015

 

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A Soldier’s
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HMS – Extending the Network to the Individual Soldier

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“The enhanced situational awareness given to us by this suite of technology has allowed us to maintain a digital guardian angel.’

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The Soldier's Network Diagram - October 2014 (Transparent) (1) (1)

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WIN-T

WIN-T is the Soldier’s Network backbone, providing voice and data service to soldiers at-the-halt and on-the-move
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Satellite Tier

The Mobile User Objective system of satellites will allow soldiers on the ground in the most remote locations to use voice and data communications
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HMS Manpack

Manpack radios can be carried by soldiers on the ground to create ad hoc networks and extend  voice and data service

HMS Manpack

Manpack radios are mounted in vehicles to create ad hoc networks and extend the “big Army” network to soldiers on the ground.

HMS Rifleman

Rifleman Radios put the power of the network in the hands of individual soldiers for the first time in military communications history.