AN/PRC-154 Rifleman Radio
What are soldiers’ thoughts on the Rifleman Radio? View a clip from a recent exercise where the Rifleman Radio was integrated into the Nett Warrior system to increase situational awareness.
The only radio available today that meets the U.S. Military’s security and waveform standards to bring true networking connectivity to the brave men and women on the frontlines.
The Rifleman Radio delivers networking connectivity to the frontline soldier in a low-cost, lightweight, ruggedized, body worn device. The radio transmits voice and data simultaneously utilizing the Soldier Radio Waveform (SRW). The AN/PRC-154 is body worn, minimizing the warfighter’s combat load while increasing functionality. Designed to bring secure (Type 2) inter-squad communications to any warfighter on the tactical edge of the battlefield, this radio also enables Team and Squad Leaders to track individual soldier GPS locations. This radio connects every warfighter to the combat network, emphasizing safety and enabling enhanced situational awareness and better decisions at the very edge of the battlefield.
- Over 20 percent smaller than current tactical handhelds with enough battery life to last an entire mission.
- Routes information through other radios in the ad hoc network providing the most reliable voice communications for urban and rugged environments
- Enables leaders to automatically track and assess riflemen GPS locations and other vital situational information.
- Brings the network to any warfighter on the extreme edge of the battlefield.
"JTRS PM: Good Reviews For GD300 and HMS Radio Combo In Combat"
By Tony Bertuca (Inside the Army)
EXCERPT: "We've found that pairing the two is pretty efficient," Zavarelli said of the GD300 and Rifleman combination. "By hooking an end-user device to [the Rifleman], you get to observe some [tactical] applications so that you can improve your mission command effectiveness."
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Related News Releases
- Nov. 8, 2012: General Dynamics to Deliver New Secure Radio for Nett Warrior Soldiers
- Aug. 14, 2012: U.S. Army Orders 13,000 More JTRS HMS Rifleman Radios from General Dynamics
- May. 16, 2012: General Dynamics Demonstrates Wideband Networking Capability Using JTRS HMS PRC-155 Manpack Radios
- May. 14, 2012: General Dynamics Delivers Powerful Tactical Network and Radios for Army’s NIE 12.2 Exercise
- Jan. 23, 2012: General Dynamics Rifleman Radio and GD300 Go to Afghanistan with U.S. Army’s 75th Ranger Regiment
- Dec. 14, 2011: General Dynamics JTRS HMS Rifleman Radios Complete Formal Operational Testing
- Oct. 11, 2011: General Dynamics’ New Sidewinder Vehicle Mount Turns Military Vehicles into Network Nodes
- Jul. 7, 2011: General Dynamics Starts Production of JTRS HMS Radios for U.S. Army
- Sep. 8, 2010: General Dynamics AIM II™ Cryptographic Module Now Certified by NSA for Use in JTRS Radios
- Jul. 21, 2010: U.S. Army Brigade Combat Team Exercise Demonstrates Value of On the Move Networking