Army Leveraging Soldier Systems Tactical for COVID19

The Army reports it is leveraging Soldier Systems Development and acquisition to support the National Guard, Army Corps of Engineers to rapidly develop network communications capabilities and that capabilitiy includes TAK. Notably, it seems to nod directly to the civilian version, CIVTAK and discusses a “bring your own device” strategy. It may be that TAK’s federation capabilities are part of …

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CPCE Integrates w/ ATAK

This article from National Defense seems to say that the Army Command Post Computing Environment (CPCE) is integrated with ATAK. FORT BLISS, Texas — On an uncharacteristically chilly day in the Southwest desert, reporters gathered in a remote corner of Fort Bliss to witness the Army’s last Network Integration Evaluation. The final NIE — the 12th in a series of events …

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C3T incorporates TAK in ITN– provides smaller, lighter, faster, more flexible comm

From Army.mil: CAMP ATTERBURY, Ind. (Feb. 5, 2019) — From Eastern Europe to across the United States, paratroopers with 1-508th Parachute Infantry Regiment (PIR), 82nd Airborne Division (Airborne) are assessing a new concept that is transforming the Army’s tactical network. Known as the Integrated Tactical Network (ITN), the new approach provides smaller, lighter, faster and more flexible communications systems with …

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ATAK Integrates with Army CPCE, MCE

C4ISRNET Reports ATAK integration with CPCE, MCE: The Army is bringing two software products into the testing environment as the service changes its approach to its new vehicle-based common mission command system, the service’s program manager said. The Mounted Computing Environment will serve as one component of the Army’s eventual common operating environment, which envisions a suite of tools that …

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