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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 (WIN-T), the on-the-move network backbone, and Manpack and Rifleman soldier radios for vehicles and troops on the ground.

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

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

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.

Latest News

  • WIN-T Commander’s Handbook

    Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) is the Army’s secure communications network modernization priority. Voice and data communications and battlefield applications rely on WIN-T for anytime, anywhere availability. The WIN-T network is the first of its kind, giving soldiers voice and data

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

    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 currently being tested will

  • PEO C3T’s Col. Greg Coile Discusses The Future of the WIN-T Network

    Col. Greg Coile, speaking Oct. 3 at the AUSA annual meeting in Washington, offered an update on the Army’s vision of WIN-T going forward and the platform’s emerging capabilities. Source: “Col. Greg Coile WIN-T project manager, PEO-C3T,” C4ISRNET Video, 10/5/2016



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