Warfighter Information Network - Tactical (WIN-T)
This network can be compared to the commercial network services that deliver Internet and cellular communications to our families at home and on the go. Since the Army cannot depend on a commercial provider to be available wherever they are called to serve, it must carry its own highly reliable, secure network capability.
WIN-T is at the top of the Army's battle plan for the future. It enables battle command on the move, keeping highly mobile and dispersed forces connected to one another and to the Army's global information network. With essential voice, video and data services, commanders can make decisions faster than ever before and from anywhere on the battlefield.
Unit prepares for drawdown mission with ‘game-changer’ network
March 27, 2013By Claire Heininger, U.S. Army
Lt. Col. Alan Boyer, commander of the 2nd Battalion, 30th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, or BCT, 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry), recently said, "I think it will save people's lives in combat. I think it will help us save our partners' lives."
As Army delivers new network, leaders credit Soldier feedback at NIE
Army Delivers New Tactical Network to 10th Mountain Division
Army celebrates first generation network fielding completion
WIN-T at Top of Army’s Network Modernization Plan
Army receives go-ahead to field WIN-T Increment 2
Upgrade to first increment of Army's tactical network to improve interoperability
Final Development Test Brings Army Network Closer to Battlefield
Brigade Combat Team Exercises with WIN-T Are Successful
Officers Play Critical Role in Army Network Operational Test
Powerful Tactical Network Completes Operational Testing
Soldiers Execute Realistic Scenario as NIE begins
More Brigades Get WIN-T
Soldiers prep for onset of second increment of Army network
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